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WALTHAM 

FOREWORD £ ^\ h 

DEDICATION V ^ V ^ ' 

ADMINISTRATION 

HEADMASTERS 

FACULTY 

MIRROR STAFFS 

NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY 

AMERICAN FIELD SERVICE 

CLASS POEM 

SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS 

SENIOR SECTION 

STUDENT COUNCIL 

CLASS HISTORY 

CLASS PROPHECY 

CLASS WILL 

JUNIOR PROM 

SENIOR PLAY 

TALENT SHOW 

SENIOR PROM 

CLASS DAY 

SENIOR SUPERLATIVES 

GRADUATION 

SCHOLARSHIP AWARDS 

VOCATIONAL SECTION 

CANDIDS 

UNDERCLASSMEN 

CANDIDS 

CLUBS 

ACTIVITIES 

SPORTS 

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS 
ADVERTISING 







CONTENTS 



MIRROR 








Our city has fostered our growth throughout the 
first years of our development. Through its religious, 
social, and educational institutions we have been en- 
abled to enrich our lives and prepare a solid founda- 
tion for the future. Now as we stand on the thresh- 
old of graduation, we are ready to accept the respon- 
sibility of serving our God, our city, our common- 
wealth, and our nation. 

Realizing this, the Class of 1962 in this Mirror 
has attempted to portray some of the aspects, both 
past and present, which have helped to make our city 
what it is today. It is our hope that we, in our turn, 
may contribute some little part toward preserving 
this great heritage. 

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The class of 1962 is especially happy to dedicate ou$ Mirror to Mr. William 
Gallagher, Our Headmaster and friend during our years at Waltham High 
School. 

Mr. Gallagher, a graduate of Boston College and Harvard, is a native Waltham- 
ite and is very active in civic affairs in our community. Among his many 
civic interests are such organizations as the Waltham Rotary Club, the Knights of 
Columbus, and the Red Cross. For the past twenty-seven years Mr. Gallagher 
has been a devoted member of the Waltham Public School System. During this 
period he has served as a social studies teacher, track coach, principal of the 
North Junior High, and now headmaster of * Waltham High School. M i I 

To Mr. Gallagher, advisor, friend, and integral part of our fond memories 
of Waltham High School, we proudly dedicate the 1962 Mirror. 




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MR. JAMES FITZGERALD 




MR. VERNER ROBINSON 



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To the graduate! of 1962: 

Many of ua have been part of Walthai for a long 
time — others for a short time. Many of ua will leave 
Waltham, others will itay. 

All of us love Waltham In 1962 as the scene of 
many happy memories that will be constantly recalled In • 
this Ulrror which will reflect memory lane to ua. 

Facta non verba — Deeds not words Is a grind motto. 
Great deeds will be performed by many of our group. 
Let us not forget the words from wt 11 tarn Wordsworth: 
"The best portion of a good man's life la hla little, 
nameless, unremembered acts of kindness and love." 

Sincerely, y* 

William J^a*llagh«r ^ 



OUR HEADMASTERS 



WALTHAM PITOLIC SCHOOLS 



Vocational High School 

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To The Class or 1>62: 

1 extend my very best wishes to all the members 
or this year's graduating class. 

Our complex civilisation has made the Kind or 
education you have obtained In school especially 
valuable. Your education Is a big aasat In building a 
good Tulure tor youreeir, Tor cur country, and ror 
mankind. 

My alncere wish Is that all or you will continue to 
seek more knowledge and skills. 

Uy congratulations to the Claas or 1962. 
Sincerely, 



LKyd F. Van Arsdale 




MR LLOYD p vam 




GUIDANCE 
DEPARTMENT 

MR. MRUGALA 

MISS CUNNINGHAM 

MR. PIKE 

MISS NOLAN 

MR. ELLIOT 

MR. CHAPMAN, 
Department Head 

The newly enlarged Guidance 
Office and its faculty seek to 
meet the growing need for a 
sound, well-planned counseling 
program. Here students find a 
wealth of valuable and up-to- 
date publications as well as ad- 
vice concerning high school, col- 
lege, and their future careers. 



jhe wise counseling of youth is our surest investment in the future. 



ENGLISH 
DEPARTMENT 

MR. DONOVAN 
MR. HOOD, 
Head of Dept. 
MISS FITZSIMMONS 
MR. COLLINS 
MRS. SHIRLEY 
MISS DEVANE 
MISS WARREN 
MISS SLATTERY 
MRS. BROWN 

Missing from picture: 
MR. GARRAHAN 
MISS TAYLOR 

The aims of high school Eng- 
lish courses are overwhelming in 
scope. The priceless ability of 
self-expression through written 
and oral means are fostered and 
developed as the greatest aim of 
this department. 




jf/ie worfcf Sefongs to t/ie man w£o can express himseJjf. 




L anauaae is /ne common bond of //ie worlds peoples. 



LANGUAGE 
DEPARTMENT 

MISS EATON- 
MRS. KEENAN 
MRS. JOHNSON 
MRS. MacNEESE 
MISS DLBOIS 
MR. BENEDICT 
MR. CLARK 
MISS BETTS, 
Department Head 

Missing from picture: 
MR. BELLIVEAU 

The language- department seeks 
to acquaint the students not 
merely with a country's language 
but also with its culture and its 
peoples. With the addition of 
the language lab three years ago, 
students have had increased op- 
portunity to improve speaking 
techniques. 



SOCIAL 
STUDIES 
DEPARTMENT 



MRS. HOMEYER 
MISS DAILY 
MISS DARMEDY 
MRS. CARNEY 
MISS HALE 
MR. NEYLON 
MR. ORMAN 
MISS McCULLOUGH, 
Department Head 
MR. LEVY 
MR. RICHMAN 



Today, in a world of constant 
strife and tension, an objective- 
study of the past is our first step 
toward a safe and secure future. 
Thus history's lesson will ever 
be an invaluable guide in shap- 
ing our tomorrows. 







7ne aim of history is (ruin. 




MATH 
DEPARTMENT 



MISS HOGAN 
MR. MAY, 
Department Head 
MR. O'BRIEN 
MISS POWERS 
MR. CURRY 
MR. PERKINS 
MR. LYNCH 
MR. MEADER 
MR. REYNOLDS 



Math, like science, trains the 
student to think and to draw 
conclusions through reasoning. 
Precise in nature, mathematics 
serves to reflect the ever-present 
order in nature as well as it 
serves to bring order into the 
lives of those who probe its 
facts. 



(HJitnout mathematics there would oe Little but confusion. 



SCIENCE 
DEPARTMENT 



MISS HIRST 
DR. KUBIN 
MISS MURPHY 
MRS. CASE 
MR. AVERY 
MR. PERKINS 
MR. EAMES 
MR. MORANG, 
Department Head 
MR. YETTEN 



The chief aim of the Science 
Department is to encourage the 
use of experimentation, which 
leads to any significant discov- 
ery. In this age of missiles and 
rockets when scientific advance- 
ments become commonplace 
events, it would be well to re- 
member that these discoveries 
did not just happen but grew 
slowly in man's mind — the most 
advanced of human laboratories. 



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Science is an antecedent of proaress. 




^Business is the economic neartbeai of a nation. 

PHYSICAL 
EDUCATION 



COMMERCIAL 
DEPARTMENT 

MRS. MURPHY 

MRS. DORIX 

MRS. MARR 

MR. HUSSON. 
Department Head 

MISS BALCH 

MISS MacQUARRIE 

MISS CUNNINGHAM 

MISS HOGARTY 

MR. HALL 

MR. FLIGHT 

MISS TAHANEY 

MISS GROVER 

The aim of the business de- 
partment is to place its students 
in well-suited and profitable posi- 
tions after graduation if further 
training is not sought. Through- 
out the student's high school 
career the Business Department 
also aids him in finding part- 
time employment which will 
prove valuable experience in the 
future. 



MR. WORONICZ 
MISS FROST 
MISS CHILDS 
MR. KROL 



The gym program is concen- 
trated upon the increasing need 
for physical fitness in youth. The 
ancient Greeks, a model example 
of a physically sound people, 
summed up the need for physical 
fitness when they said, "'A sound 
mind in a sound body." Our 
new boys' gym was completed 
this year, a valuable and needed 
addition to our gym program. 




" 7t\s not n/iet/ier you win or lose: it's /ion you />/</// t/ie yai 

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Art— MR. KLEIN 




Teacher-Librarian— MRS. FLYNN 



SPECIAL EDUCATION 





Home Economics — 
MISS MADDEN. MISS BABB, MISS BLISS 



Nurse— MISS COUGHLAN 




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First Row— Mr. Russell, Mr. LeFlem, Mr. Van Arsdale, director, Mr. Daniels, Mr. Hoyle. Second Rati— Mr. Hertigan, Mr. Lambert. 
Mr. St. Martin, Mr. Stanley, Mr. Harding. Mr. Viscarello. Mr. Procop, Mr. Kenney. B.ick Rou Mr. Hendry. Mr. Back. Mr. Olding. 
Mr. LaFond. Mr. Gorman. Mr Lando. 



MIRROR EDITORS 



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Left to Right: Tommy Neville, Sports Editor; Joanne Straggas, Business Editor; Jacquelyn 
Skane, Subscription Editor; Raymond Dougan, Co-Editor; Barbara Donahue, Co-Editor; Geral- 
dine Fahey, Clerical Editor; Mr. Thomas Neylon, Faculty Advisor; Susan Cross, Literary Editor; 
Edward Byron, Art Editor. 



Raymond Dougan 



MIRROR 



SUBSCRIPTION EDITORS 



ART STAFF 




Jacqueline Skane and Rose Bonica 




Betsy Welton, Janet Petralavage, Dolores Gorgone, Diane Ristucia, Judi Glossa, 
Janet Pittari, Carol Oatley, Carol Nelson, Suzanne Taylor, Jane Young, Mr. 
Paul Shea, advisor, Joanne Packard, Carol Henry, Ros Wadman, Joanne 
MacClary, Edward Byron, Richard Veno. 



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DITORS 



LITFRARY STAN 




Barbara Donahue 



STAFFS 




First Row: Leonard Wencis, David Shute, Arthur Shriberg. Second Row: Sally Madden, Rose 
Genova, Priscilla Moore, Susan Cross, Harriet Brownell, Susan Sinclair, Sally Webb. Back Row: 
John MacDonald, Jeremy Hagger, Joyce Bannister, Maureen Fahey, Debbie Carr, Judy Carey . 
Kathy Toohil, Suellen Childs, Gloria Failla, Dana Katz, Sally Shea. 



SPORTS STAFF 



CLERICAL STAFF 





Stephen Brinn, Thomas Neville, Editor; Susan Piper, Joseph 
McMenimen. 



Geraldine Stinkard, Jeanne LeClair, Beverly Moldoff, Janet Sttmp- 

son, Beth Gallagher, Madeline Brandon, Cheryl White, Geraldine 
Stankard, Maureen Mclvor, June Ornstedt, Joyce Setxer, Eleanor 
Rocke, Judy Annundata, Nanqi Vittum. 




ADVERTISING STAFF 

First Row — Mary Dawson, Joanne Strag- 
gas, editor. Second Row — Beverly Mold- 
off, Donna Flynn, Pat Henebury, Har- 
riet Brownell, Jeanne LeClair, Judy 
Annunciata. Third Row — Sally. Shea, 
Evelyn Falter, Sandra LaFort, Judy 
Malloy, Gloria Failla. Fourth Row — 
Sue Piper, Priscilla Moore, Debbie Carr, 
Cynthia Hignite, Joanna Cahill, Rose 
Genova, Rose Bonica. Fifth Row — Joel 
Gardiner, Bob Erickson, Ernie Ansara, 
Arthur Shriberg, Jackie Skane. Sixth 
Roiv — John Fucci, Joe McMenimen. 
Robert Hazel, Paul Siano. Back Row — 
Ray Dougan, Dickie Dacey, Charles 
Cotton, Tommy Gray, Kim Hargreaves. 



MIRROR REPRESENTATIVES 




First Row — Thomas LaRosa, Charlie Morrison, James Beckwith. Second Row — Nancy Argonti, Barbara Lombardi, Sandra Santalucito. 
Sandy McDougall, Cynthia Hignite, Harriet Brownell, Paula Carulli. Back Row—Betsey Robinson, Marilyn Christino, Diana Jackson. 
Roseanne Cacciatore, Ros Wadman, Janet Stempson, Debbie Crane, Linda Giardina, Nancy Jaquith. 



NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY 



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Fayth Bishop 


Marion Frechette 


Priscilla Moore 


Rose Bonica 


John Fucci 


Louis Mula 


Madeline Brandon 


Elizabeth Gallagher 


Carol Nelson 


Harriet Brownell 


Marsha Gardner 


John Niose 


Joanna Cahill 


Rose Genova 


Elizabeth Perna 


Deborah Carr 


Judith Glossa 


Mary Linda R\.in 


Suellen Childs 


Valerie Gordon 


Nancy Sawyer 


Marilyn Christino 


Jeremy Hagger 


Joyce Setzer 


Susan Cross 


Carol Henry 


Sally Shea 


Richard Dacey 


Linda Lee Howley 


Lawrence Sicotte 


Mary Dawson 


Dana Katz 


Joanne Straggas 


Paula Dube 


Grover Kinsman 


Janet Swift 


Madeline Dugas 


Sandra La Fort 


Kathleen Toohil 


Doris Eaton 


Sarah Madden 


Diane Vaccarello 


Geraldine Fahey 


John McDonald 


James VandcrW j k 


Gloria Failla 


Richard Meserve 


Leonard VC'encis 


Daniel Flynn 







The National Honor Society is a nation-wide organization composed of 
juniors and seniors in high school who have displayed the Society's four 
characteristics: character, scholarship, leadership, and service. These students, 
besides meeting a certain high academic standard, must have a well-rounded 
program of activities and in-school or community services before being con- 
sidered as candidates for the Society. This final list of students is then submitted 
to the entire faculty for comment or approval. Those students who arc then 
approved by the faculty are inducted into the Society. 

With the aid and counseling of Mr. Husson, its faculty supervisor, the 
Society performs various school services such as ushering throughout the school 
year, and strives to maintain the high ideals of conduct and scholarship it has 
placed before its members. 




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AMERICAN FIELD SERVICE 





ITALY 



Our Exchange Students: Henry Olela, Kenya; Mariella Mella, Italy; and W.H.S. 
student, Richard Meserve, to Austria. 







Melody Johnson, Richard Meserve, Henry Olela, Mariella Mella, Madeline Coriniti, 
George Drinkwater, Miss McCul lough, faculty advisor, and Mark Rosen. 








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AFRICA 




AUSTRIA 



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CLASS POEM 



"TO BEAR THE TORCH' 



In chains man languished, longing to breathe free. 

Till — with might of Bunyan — 

He burst his shackles. 

A deafening clang 

The bonds struck rock. 

A spark . . . 

A light . . . 

A flame . . . 

The glow of Freedom's face! 

The blood and toil of a nation have fed the flame; 

Sheltered it from winds of wanton war. 

Resplendent it has stood 

A beacon to all the world. 

The sightless see the light of hope. 

The lost are found. 

The small are great. 

Faces lift from despair. 

Men walk with straight backs. 

The crushing hand of iron sets free the dove. 

But see how the billows of smoky death roll 'round 

The hungry flame 

To take away its breath. 

'Tis now our task to tend the flame. 

To never let it die. 

Raise up the torch, take on the burden, 

O sons and daughters of Washington and Lincoln 

Of Yorktown and Gettysburg, 

And proudly bear with aching, straining arm 

The golden lamp that from the deepest pits of earthly 
hell 

Men may see and say, 

"I'm free." 

john g. Mcdonald, jr. 

Senior High 



SENIOR OFFICERS 




PRESIDENT: Robert Pantanella 
VICE-PRESIDENT: Brian Robicheau 
SECRETARY: June Mosca 
TREASURER: Jacqueline Skane 



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JEANETTE ABBOXDAXZIO 
36 Woodland Road 
Business 

"How happily she lives, how 
well beloved." 

As she sits under the hair- 
dryer, Jean thinks of many 
things. She thinks about her 
activities in C.Y.A. and 
W.HS.'s activity period. She 
also plans for the day when 
she herself will operate a hair- 
dryer. At W.H.S. Jean likes 
to "operate" a typewriter or 
a bowling ball. Mansfield 
Hairdressing School will make 
black-haired, brown-eyed Jean- 
ette an expert on coiffure. 
Activities: Pep Squad 4; Girls' 
Sports 4; Cafeteria Squad 4. 



THOMAS AFFLECK 
13 Alder Street 
College 11 

Nothing without great effort. 
This South Junior alumnus 
could spend all day studying 
trig, which will help him in 
his future work, electronics. 
Brown-eyed Tom can be found 
reading or attending C.Y.O. 
meetings with John and Steve. 
Good luck in the future. 




Standing on the corner of Church and School Streets, the first 
Senior High School was in use from 1849 to 1903- 







RICHARD AHLMAX 

32 Cherry Street 

Business 

Let us then be mtrry while u t 

are young. 

"Rocky," as he is best known 

to his friends, John and Jack* 

ie, hopes to enter the armed 

services after graduation. Best 

of luck, Rocky ! 

Activities: Homeroom Represents 

live J, I; Newspaper St.it t I. 



DORA ALAGNA 

47 Myrtle Street 

Business 

"A true friend is a frit >;.i 

forever." 

"Let's have some pizza,' cries 

Dora . . . loves to help Nino 

and Janice make lasagna . . . 

this brown eyed miss likes the 

friendly teachers at W.H.S 

. . . future includes a ■><.«. k 

tarial job. 

Activities: Mirror Representative t; 

Pep Squad i. 



ROBERT ALLEN BERG 

i Arcadia Avenue 
Business 

"In sports this boy is a wb'n, 
And he's really tops with all 

ids." 
"Biq Bob'' is well known to 
\\ ih football fans. This 
blond, blue-eyed senior, is the 
outdoor type; he enjoys hunt- 
ing and fishing with Art, Al, 
and Cliff. Popular Boh will 

never forget his English classes 

with Miss Devane and in- 
tends to follow Ins \\ H S 

education with attendance at 
college or a business school 

Good luck, Bob. 
Activities: Football 2, 
v 2. Talent Sho« 



CARI 1 1 \ AND! RSON 

208 South Street 

College 11 

"I\l .J; :<: > :y in 

bated," 

Blue eyed Caricen will make 

an excellent nurse. This friend. 

rl came to W 1 1 S 
North Junior. When not talk- 
ing on the phone to (.'.; 

. . Carleen keeps herself 

occupied at < Y A . at foot- 
ball games, in Mr Meader's 

Algebra J.ins. and eating 

Pep 

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DAVID ANDERSON 

44 Beaver Street 
College II 

"Not afraid of work, a good 
friend to all." 

Busy David is an active mem- 
ber of DeMolay, the Boys' 
Club, and his church youth 
group. This blue-eyed North- 
Juniorite enjoys swimming 
with his friends, Jim and Tom. 
"Dave" hopes to major in 
restaurant and hotel manage- 
ment at the University of 
Mass. Best of luck, David. 
Activities: Latin Club 2; German 
Club 2; Rifle Club 2, 3; French 
Club 4. 



ROBERT ANDERSON 
66 Circle Drive 
College II 

Vigilance, action, wise counsel- 
these insure success. 
Blue-eyed "Hans" came to 
W.H.S. from Lexington Street 
Junior High. "Hans" can be 
seen in his "52" Ford with 
Ron and Charlie. Mr. Lynch 
and hamburgers rate tops with 
this future Navy recruit. Hap- 
py sailing, "Hans" ! 




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JUDITH ANNUNCIATA 
110 Albermarle Road 
Business 

"A merry heart maketh a cheer- 
ful countenance." 
Sorority meetings and the 
C.Y.O. bowling league strike 
a key note with this typist. 
Active Judie travels the 
W.H.S. corridors with Lynda 
and Sandy and plans to make 
her next stop at the John 
Robert Powers School. Best 
of luck to this blue-eyed danc- 
er and skater! 

Activities: Homeroom Representa- 
tive 3; Talent Show 3; Red Cross 
Representative 2, 4; Prom Com- 
mittee 3, 4; Clerical Staff 4; Ma- 
roon Squad 4. 



ERNEST ANSARA 
142 Raverswood Road 
Honors 

"Friendship leads to confi- 
dence, And confidence leads 
to success." 

As much as Ernie loves both, 
he certainly never would tolerate 
a baseball in his butterscotch sun- 
dae. However, a discussion of 
Miss Hale's democracy class does 
not detract from the flavor of a 
sundae for this hazel-eyed third 
baseman. We are sure he re- 
grets the fact that sundaes aren't 
allowed in the courtroom, but that 
restriction won't keep Ernie away 
from B.C. and a career as a 
lawyer. Friends, Pat and Steve, 
wish Ernie the best of luck in 
every case. 

Activities: Baseball 2, 3, 4; Class 
Officer 3; Debating Club 3; Crim- 
son Key 3, 4; Latin Club 2; A.V. 
Staff 2, 3, 4; Dramatics Club 3. 



JOAN APOLLONIO 

364 Forest Street 
Business 

"Give to the world thy gentle 
ways." 

Cheerful "Joanie" is a busy 
member of her C.Y.O. and 
senior sorority . . . most often 
seen with Mai and Evelyn . . . 
brown eyes light up at the 
thought of dancing or of eat- 
ing pizza . . . will long re- 
member the many friends she 
made at W.H.S. . . . dreams 
of attending secretarial school 
after graduation. 
Activities: Nurses' Staff 4; Guid- 
ance Staff 4; Pep Squad 2, 3, 4; 
Business Staff -3, 4; Junior Prom 
Committee 3. 



KENNETH ARSENAULT 
186 Robbins Street 
Business 

"It's nice to get up in the 
morning, But it's nicer to stay 
in bed." 

"Swifly" is a former Junior- 
ite . . . enjoys the stock car 
races with friends, Dave and 
"Horse." When not at the 
track he can be found devour- 
ing steak or dating his favorite 
girl . . . will down the Navy 
Blue after graduation. 



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CHERYL AUCOIN 
180 Robbins Street 
Business 

"Smile and the world smiles 
with you." 

Brown-eyed "Chez" enjoys col- 
lecting records and attending 
T.C.F. Club with Judy, Joan, 
and Ellie. This South Junior- 
ite hopes to be a medical sec- 
retary. Best of luck, Cheryl. 
Activities: Red Cross Represents 
tive 2; Mirror Subscription Staff 
2; Pep Squad 2. 3. -i; Talent 
Show 4; Girls' Sports 2, "3: Mr. 
Husson's Staff 4. 



RICHARD AUCOIN 
22F Hansen Road 
Vocational 

"Carefree with never a dull 
moment." 

"Tweety" enjoys sipping floats 
or camping with friends. Al, 
Jim, and Rits. Mr. Quinn's 
English class rates an "A ' 
with this ex-Lexington Street 
Juniorite. Tweety says, "duty 
calls;" so after graduation it's 
off to the Navy before pur- 
suing a career in drafting 

Good luck. 

Activities: Cross Country 4; Base 

ball Team J; Vocational Views I. 




RICHARD BABINEAU 
54 Orange Street 
Vocational 

"There is alw.tys .t twinkle 
of merriment mid mischief in 
his eyes." 

"Babineau's Auto Body Shop" 
is a sign friendly "Dick" hopes 
to see in his future. Dick 
loves to fool around with John 
and Joe either with cars or 
golf clubs. We see a success- 
ful future ahead for this 
amiable boy. 



WILLIAM BAKER 
47 Grant Street 
Lexington 
Vocational 

"The end crowns the work." 
"Billy" hails from Lexington 
High school . . . enjoys lunch 
periods, especially the pizza, 
at WHS. . . . likes to dis- 
cuss cars with Al, Tom, and 
Pete- . . . hopes to join the- 
Air Force after graduation 



JOYCE BANNISTER 
1-19 Seminole Avenue 
College II 

"Sweet as a primrose." 
Vivacious Joyce thinks the new 
wing is simply great . . . this 
pretty senior will be off to 
college in the fall. Best o( 
luck, Joyce. 

Acthititu Mm r Literary Stall I; 
room Representative I. IV 
ent Show \l .■>• ■ Rcpre 

tentative -. Mhroi Business 
2; Junior Prom Committee ) 



ALFRED BARBER 

:i Murray Street 

Ttchtiic.tl 

"Fiji::- rs the b< 

Ambitious "Al ". a sports en- 
thusiast, is a member of several 
W ' H S sports teams . . . 

looks forward to trig ilass ts 

with Nuk and Jim . . . 
handles the- funds of Si V 
C.Y.A. After graduation Al 
hopes to attend St. Michael's 
College 

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GrOV. CKrjsTopKer £ore 

Governor Christopher Gore was a distinguished citizen of Wal- 
tham who became governor of Massachusetts in 1809. 



JOHN BARCA 
110 Alder Street 
Vocational 

"Things are gay when he's 
around." 

This former South Juniorite 
enjoys shop classes at the Vo- 
cational High. John can be 
found fixing cars or eating 
roast beef with Bob, Dick, and 
Pete. Best of luck in the fu- 
ture, John. 



GERALDINE BARI 

35 Alber Street 
Business 

"How constant the smile in 
her deep brown eyes." 
"Geri" is an active and versa- 
tile member of the class of 
'62 . . . likes her many friends 
. . . enjoys all sorts of "gooey- 
good" foods. Bowling, swim- 
ming, and attending football 
games rate high with this dy- 
namic senior. Best of every- 
thing, Geri ! 

Activities: Cafeteria Squad 3, 4; 
Homeroom Representative 3; Pep 
Squad 2, 3; Girls' Sports 4; Red 
Cross Representative 2. 




THERESA BARILONE 
88 Woerd Avenue 
Business 

"This girl quietly winds her 
way, And does her duty day 
by day." 

Brown-eyed Terry "digs" fried 
clams with catsup. Her 
friends, Anne, Joan, and Ellie, 
share her enjoyment of the 
new rotating schedule at Walt- 
ham High School. 
Activities: Pep Squad 4; Newspaper 
Staff 4. 



WALTER BARRICK 
8 Brown Street 
College II 
"The will to do." 
Green-eyed "Wally" likes to 
spend his spare time bowling 
or playing baseball with Rick 
and Donnie . . . hamburgers 
and girls at W.H.S. please 
this senior immensely . . . 
hopes to drive the road to 
Northeastern after graduation. 
Activities: Student Council 4. 



JANICE BAUMANN 
22 Brightwood Road 
Business 

"She spoke few words, but 
very sweetly." 

Janice has plans to become an 
operator of an International 
"Baumann" Machine; when 
not attending typing class at 
W.H.S. she likes to operate 
an International "Bowling" 
Machine. Saturdays are strict- 
ly for cheering the football 
team with Jeanette and Mari- 
lyn. Let's all wish this 
W.H.S. girl and C.Y.O. del- 
egate the best of luck with 
her I.B.M. 

Activities: Pep Squad 2, 3; Talent 
Show 3; Guidance Staff 4; Girls' 
Sports 4. 



MARY BEAUDETTE 
186 Warren Street 
Business 

"A gleam of mischief in her 
eye; She startles us with gay 
surmise." 

Hazel-eyed Mary is a member 
of the C.Y.O. . . . friends, 
Jeannette and Nancy will 
agree she enjoys fried clams 
and pizza . . . favors lunch 
and studies in S-203 at 
W.H.S. . . . plans to attend 
business school after gradua- 
tion. All the best, Mary. 



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SUSAN BECK 
44 Washington Street 
College II 

"Eyes of blue, a smile so gay, 
Will take this lassie a long 
way." 

"Sue," a future model, comes 
to us from New Mexico. At 
W.H.S. she enjoys physical 
science with Mr. Perkins and 
English with Mrs. Brown. Pam 
and Pat say that she keeps in 
shape by swimming and eat- 
ing Italian food, in modera- 
tion, of course. After model- 
ing school the future looks 
fashionable for pretty Sue. 



CARLTON BELODEAU 

1273 Main Street 
Vocational 

"Obliging and good-natured." 
"Apples," as his friends, Russ 
and Wayne, call him, can be 
seen near machines anywhere 
. . . munching pizza and fried 
clams are his favorite pastimes 
. . . future plans include the 
Navy and work in a machine 
shop. 




Edmund Sanderson, distinguished citizen, 1865-1961. He was an 
author, inventor, industrialist, and historian of our city. His 
forebears settled Waltham in 1689- 




JAMES BELYEA 
133 Warren Street 
Technical 

A little nonsense now and then 
is relished by the wisest men. 
Likable "Jim" is best remem- 
bered at W.H.S. for his por- 
trayal of "Jay" in the senior 
play. When this blond, senior 
is not "hamming it up," he 
plays the uke, is active in 
DtMolay, and is president of 
his church fellowship. Al and 
Dave say that their talented 
friend loves trig classes. Keep 
blushing, Jimmy! 
Aitnnn>: German Club 2, 3. 4 
Vice-President 4\ Senior Play 4 
German Seminar 4; Latin Club 2 
Ritle Club 2. 



DORIS BENSON 

29 Church Street 

Business 

Not bold, not shy, not tall, 

but a happy mingling of them 

all. 

"Let's do the twist," cries 

Doris. Blue-eyed "Dodo" 

loves skating with Harriet and 

Jeanne. She is one of the top 

members of the girls' bowling 

team. We know you'll twist 

into a happy future, Doris. 

Activit'n Talent Show 1. Girls' 

Sports 2, 3; Business Staff 3. I 



PAIL BENSON 
320 Florence Road 
Technical 

I find that nonsense at times is 
singularly refreshing. 
Energetic "Bing" came to 
W.H.S. via North Junior . . . 
active in both school and com- 
munity functions . . . enjoys 
music and radio communica- 
tions best of all . . . plans to 
attend Northeastern Univer- 
sity . . friends. "Yams" and 
Carl, know he'll be successful 
as ,i civil engineer. 

.-, i Band ■'. i, I; German 
Club 2. V 4; Ornics Club 2. 3. 
4; Audio-Visual Staff 2. >, ■); 
. Club \, I; Science Seminar 
2. v i. I urn ( lull 2. Orchestra 
I, \; Weather Club '>. i; Junior 
( tassii .il I eague 2. 



JOSEPH BF.RGANTINO 
300 River Street 
College II 

I '■ world belongs to the en- 
thusiast who keeps cool. 
This lasagne-lover, who comes 

from South Junior, hopes to 

become a chemical technician. 

"Joe" ean be seen bowling 
with Bob and Joe when he's 
not attending C.V.O. and Sons 
of Italy meetings. Mrs. Cir- 
rus s democracy classes -.ore 
a big hit with Joe. I 
link. Toe. 

I it in ( lull .' . Home- 
room Representative 2; Talent 
Show I. 



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JOHN BERGSTROM 
89 Farnum Road 
College II 

"He may have a message for 
the world." 

Blue-eyed "Bergy" came to 
W.H.S. from North Junior 
High . . . water-skiing, swim- 
ming, and fishing really rate 
with this popular lad ... a 
career in teaching beckons in 
the future ... the best of 
everything to a wonderful 

senior. 

Activities: Future Teachers' of 

America 3, 4, President 4. 



CHARLES BERRY 
21 Dartmouth Street 
Vocational 

"A likable young man who ' s 
bound to accomplish a great 
deal." 

"Dusty," a former North Jun- 
ior High and South Junior 
High student, favors weight 
lifting in his spare time. 
Friends, Tom, Jim, and John, 
know that this DeMolay mem- 
ber really appreciates the facil- 
ities at Vocational High. 
Good luck to a future elec- 
tronics technician. 
Activities: Youth Advisory Com 
mittee 




Built before 1798, the Lyman mansion 




FAYTH BISHOP 
770 Lexington Street 
College II 

"She has heart to be gay." 
If you have ever gone to a 
Waltham High football game, 
you must have seen "Faythie" 
strutting her stuff and twirl- 
ing her baton at the head of 
the Senior Band. When not in 
action herself at the games, 
Fayth is an enthusiastic root- 
er with friends, Joyce and 
Chene. She manipulates a tas- 
ty "sub" with the same alacrity 
she demonstrates with her 
baton. 

Activities: Pep Squad 2; Talent 
Show 3, 4; Majorette 2, 3, 4; 
Head Drum Majorette 4. 



DIANE BISSON 
9 Coolidge Avenue 
College II 

"She of the dimples." 
Blue-eyed "Dimples" enjoys 
dancing . . . can be found at 
C.Y.O. or practicing a new 
dance step with Carol, Bar- 
bara, Lorraine, and Sally . . . 
this former Lexington Street 
Juniorite would like to teach 
dancing in the future. 
Activities: Pep Squad 4. 



JOSEPH BISSON 
460 Dutton Road 
Sudbury 
Vocational 

"Quiet and shy but a regular 
guy." 

Car enthusiasts become imme- 
diate friends of amiable 
"Joey." Norm, Dick, and Bob 
tell us that "Joey" rates sir- 
loin steak as his favorite food. 
He plans to make use of his 
knowledge of welding in fu- 
ture years. 



KAREN BLOMEN 
53 Howard Street 
College I 

"Come, sing now, sing; for I 
know you sing well." 
Karen, a friendly, vivacious 
girl, is known for her en- 
thusiasm. She sings for the 
Veterans' and Service hospitals 
. . . likes steak, pizza, music 
and German classes. 
Activities: German Club 2, 3, 4, 
Secretary 4; German Seminar 4; 
Talent Show 2, 4; Dramatics Club 

2, 3; Language Lab Assistant 2, 

3, 4; Mirror Homeroom Represent- 
ative 3, Alternate 4; Latin Club 
2; Open House Usher 3. 




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and estate is a city landmark. 



ROSE MARIE BONICA 
44 Lafayette Street 
College II 

"As merry as the day is long." 
Blue-eyed Rose is another 
loyal member of Mr. Garra- 
han's fan club. As a member 
of the pep squad she is an 
avid football fan and loves 
to cheer the team on with 
friends. Joanne and Mary. 
Rose keeps busy at WHS. 
by shuttling back and forth 
on all sorts of yearbook work. 
After college she will, we arc- 
sure, be a competent elemen- 
tary school teacher. 
Activities: Mirror Business and 
Subscription Staffs -I; Pep Squad 
2. 3, 4; Red Cross Representati\e 
4; Talent Show A. i; Junior Prom 
Committee 3; Maroon Squad I. 
Usherette Senior Play i. 



JAMES BRADLEY 
30 Charlotte Road 
College I 

In him alone it is natural to 
please. 

Jim, who comes to WHS. 
via North Junior, enjoy math 
most at WHS. . . . also 
enjoys viewing W.H.S. hotkey 
and basketball games. Attend- 
ing C.Y.O. meetings and the 
Boy's Club take up a great 
deal of this future engineer's 
time. 



MADELINE BRANDON 
9 Ellery Road 
Business 

"Few things are impossible to 
diligence and skill." 
Likable "Maddi" enjoys bowl- 
ing with Rita and Val. She- 
is an active member of C.Y.O. 
and the T.C.F. Club. Classes 
with Miss Mooney .mil Miss 
Tahaney are tins ex-North 
Juniorite's favorites .it W H s 
Dark-haired Maddi hopes to 
become ■ secretary 

Library ' nc 'l Ji '• 
Guidance Office Staff I; Gradua- 
tion I'sher J; Talent Show J, i; 
Girls' Sports 2. 



SANDRA BREAULT 
659 Trapelo Road 
Business 

"Happy am I: from care I am 

free." ' 

Whether dancing or ice-skat- 
ing friendly "Sandy" is al- 
ways busy. To her. meeting 
new friends is wonderful, but 

keeping the old ones is even 
better When she isn't eating 

spaghetti with Sandy and Pat, 

she Can usually be found at 
C.Y.O. meeting After gradua- 
tion she is planning a career 
as ,i beautician. Good luck, 
Sandy. 
Activities: Red ( ross Represcnt.i- 

tnc i. Arena B -kctball 2; 

Volleyball 3. 



SALLY BORDEN 
475 Trapelo Road 
College II 

"Sparkling enthusiasm is her 
life." 

Vivacious Sally enjoys democ- 
racy classes most at WHS. A 
former Lexington Street Jun- 
iorite, Sally plans to go to 
Chandler next year. Nancy 
and Diane are among the first 
to wish Sally a very happy fu- 
ture. Good lutk ! 
Activities: Pep Squad i; 210 Stall 
•l; Talent Show |. 





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ARI INI BR1 I N 
IS Dwight Street 
Bus'n. 

"Hi r temper's eiwesys get) 

brig ■ 

Artistu "Deeno' designs and 

sews many of her 0WJ1 clothes 
. . . enjoys writing mis. 

Sandy, Jeanne, and Betty 
... m ki s ; Umber this 
brown-eyed miss will attend 
I B M school Happy future 
to a friendly senior 
Actiritiei Pep Squad 
Tjlen! s Maroon 

Squ.nl i 



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THE WHITE SWAM" 

The White Swan was an excursion boat that ran from the 
Moody Street Bridge to Auburndale between the years 1873-1889. 



STEPHEN BRINN 

35 Murray Street 
Honors 

"A man is rich according to 
what he gives, not what he 
has." 

"Open wide; say, 'Ah' " will 
be Steve's four most commonly 
pronounced words when he 
completes medical school. At 
W.H.S. he mentally gives the 
same orders to the hockey goal 
net or his baseball glove. As 
for himself, he likes best to 
open wide his democracy 
book. To brown-eyed Steve 
we prescribe the best of luck. 
Activities: Hockey 2, 3, 4; Base- 
ball 2, 3, 4; Mirror Sports Co- 
editor 4; Senior Play 4; Crimson 
Key 3, 4. 




KENNETH BROWN 
28 Lakeview Avenue 
Business 

"Is not life a hundred times 
too short for us to bore our- 
selves?'' 

Cute, hazel-eyed "Brownie" is 
a former South Juniorite . . . 
often seen at Boys' Club . . . 
enjoys water skiing with best 
friends, Tim and Smitty . . . 
likes gym best at W.H.S. . . . 
will enter the service after 
graduation. Good luck, Ken. 
Activities: Football 2. 



HARRIET BROWNELL 
93 Lexington Street 
College I 

"Whatever is worth doing is 
worth doing well." 
"Brownie" as her friends, Sue 
and Doris, call her, can usually 
be found at Youth Council 
Meetings or cheering for De- 
Molay . . . likes working in 
210 best at W.H.S. . . . plans 
to attend nursing school after 
graduation. 

Activities: 210 Staff 3, 4; Mirror 
Literary Staff 4; Subscription Staff 
4; Latin Club 2, 3; Girls' Sports 
2; Senior Play Usherette 4. 



ELAINE BUONOMO 

738 Trapelo Road 
Business 

"A light heart lives long." 
"Tainey" loves to go swim- 
ming and bowling with Joye 
and Joan. Gay Elaine enjoys 
her "203" studies most at 
W.H.S. This lively senior 
looks forward to a secretarial 

career. 

Activities: Homeroom Representa- 
tive 4; Pep Squad 4; Newspaper 
Clerical Staff 4. 



DONNA BROCK 

111 Parmenter Road 
College II 

"Her disposition is as sunny 
as her hair." 

Donna comes to W.H.S. from 
Andover and Lake Placid High 
School . . . Y.W.C.A. and 
Episcopal Church Fellowship 
take up this active blond's time 
. . . eating meatball subs with 
the 'Nifties', sailing, skiing, 
and S-203 studies rate high 
on this future college girl's list 
of favorites. Good luck, Don- 
na! 

Activities: Talent Show 3, 4; 
Mirror Business Staff 4; Senior 
Play Committee 4; 210 Staff 4; 
Cafeteria 4. 




EDWARD BURNS 
51 Lakeview Terrace 
Business 

"His heart was one of those 
which most enamour us." 
This sports enthusiast rates 
bowling and basketball as sure 
favorites ... if not partic- 
ipating, "Rock" may always 
be seen with Alan and Arthur 
as an eager spectator . . . 
plans to use his typing learn- 
ed in Miss Hogarty's class at 
business school next year. Lots 
of luck, Ed, in all you do! 
Activities: Homeroom Representa- 
tive 2; Boys' Sports 2. 3, -1; 
Newspaper Staff 4. 



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ALAN BUTTRICK 
1 Barnes Terrace 
Chelmsford 
Vocational 

"Men of few words are the 
best of men." 

Al, a former student at Lexing- 
ton High School, is perfectly 
at home at Waltham's Voca- 
tional High and really likes 
the new cafeteria second only 
to the shops. After a term in 
the service Al plans to open 
his own auto body shop. If 
possible his shop will be next 
to a restaurant, where he and 
friends, Tom, Ronnie, and 
Don, can have french fries and 
clams (steamed or fried). Best 
wishes, Al! 




EDWARD BYRON 
72 Parmenter Road 
College 11 

"Art is a gift of God and 
must be used." 
Artistic Ed aims for a college 
degree after graduation. This 
amiable rifle team captain 
rates trig and solid classes as 
top shooting. We know you'll 
hit the mark, Ed! 
Activities: Rifle Team 3, 4, Cap- 
tain 4; Mirror Art Staff 4; Rifle 
Club 2, 3. i. 



The Bleachery and Dye Works were founded in 1820 and gave 
a lasting name to the part of the city which it involved. 




JOANNA CAHILL 
163 Summer Street 
Honors 

"No gems, no gold, she needs 
to wear, She shines intrinsi- 
cally fair." 

Pretty "Jo" is a gift of North 
Junior . . . loves hockey 
cheering with co-captain Judi 
and swimming at Gloucestei 
with Sue anil Barbara. Next 
fall this much admired senior 
will be off to Regis on a full 
scholarship. 

tin Hotkey cheerleader 3. 
captain I; Latin Club 2. 3, 
i, Vice President 2, Secretary ; . 
Treasurer i; Newspaper Edit 
i; Mirror Business Staff 4; Talent 
Show J, i; Kingsbury Temperance 
Fund Winner }. 



CONRAD CALDWELL 
72 Grant Street 
College II 

"The mildest manner, the mer- 
riest heart.'' 

Good times, lots of friends, 
and girls rate high with "Con- 
ny." Timmy, Kevin, and Ken 
say that their friend also likes 
waterskiing and basketball. Ac- 
tive in the C.Y.O., the Boys" 
Club, and the Grange, he often 
takes time out for steak and 
ream. After graduation 
Conny is planning a career in 

mechanics. 

Actiutw Basketball 2. 3. 



RICHARD CALLAHAN 
50 Lowell Street 
College II 

is not at all life without 
I 

Tall "Dickie" has black hair, 
hazel eyes, and a partiality to 
cheeseburgers. This likable 
lad is a C.Y.A. member . . . 
fellow conspirators include 
Mac and Brian. Dickie is col- 
lege bound, and we wish him 
the best of luck. 



DONALD C AXNIXti 
M Hatherlv Road 
College 11 

"Donald per. 

haps he was on a tptaktng 
diet." 

Active in W'althain DeMol.iy 

and Youth Fellowship, likable 
"Don" is usually pretty busy. 
In school, physics with Mrs 
I rates high while bowling 

and basketball fill his leisure 
hours. According t l> Cliff and 

Jim a bright future lies ahead 
tor their friend Don' after 
colli 

K Vudio- 

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BEVERLY CANNISTRARO 
34 Neighbors Lane 
College II 

"Good words are worth much 
and cost little." 
This brown-eyed former North 
Juniorite enjoys football games 
and victory parties with Janet 
and Janice . . . active C.Y.O. 
member . . . gives Mr. Mea- 
der's Algebra classes an A + 
rating ... a liberal arts 
course at the University of 
Massachusetts is sighted in 
the near future. 
Activities: Junior Prom Committee 
3; Talent Show 3, 4; Pep Squad 
3; Library Council 3, 4; 210 
Staff 4; Future Teachers of Ameri- 



FRANK CARBONE 
105 Chestnut Street 
Vocational 

"A quiet friend and a friend 
indeed." 

Good-natured "Frankie" can 
usually be found indulging 
himself in a large plate of 
fried clams with friends, Bill 
and Al, or practicing for a 
meet with the Rifle Club. This 
future carpenter likes his shop 
classes most. Best of every- 
thing, Frank. 







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JUDITH CAREY 
61 Bedford Street 
College I 

"Love life and life 
you.'' 

Friendly "Judy's" trademark 
is a constant smile whether 
captivating the talent show au- 
dience with "I want to be 
Loved by You" or portraying 
"Lindy" in the senior play. 
Outside of school she can be 
seen participating at C.Y.A. 
meetings or attending sorority 
with Beth and Kathy. After 
a college education she sets 
her goal on a teaching career. 
Activities: Mirror Literary Staff 4; 
Senior Play 4; Talent Show 3, 
4. Assistant Choral Director 4; 
Main Office Staff 4; 210 Staff 4. 

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DAVID CARNEY 

34 Everett Street 
Vocational 

"He's not very big, he's not 
very tall, But you can bet he's 
well liked by all." 
Shop holds "Dave's" interest 
most at school . . . hamburg- 
ers and pizza follow in his list 
of favorites. Bud and Bill say 
that when "Dave" isn't sleep- 
ing, he's sure to be thinking 
about his career in the service. 
Activities: Newspaper Staff 4. 



BRIAN CARR 
85 Pine Street 
College II 

"Hear ye not the hum of 
mighty workings?" 
Brian ... a traveling man 
. . . has come to us from 
Hollywood High, L. A., Rock- 
port High, and St. Joseph's. 
Dick, auto racing, and music 
provide fun for this lively 
senior . . . college is in the 
future. 

Activities: Chess Club 3, President 
3. 



DEBORAH CARR 
291 Bacon Street 
Honors 

"A rare combination of fun, 
frolic, and friendship." 
"Debbie" loves to skate with 
Carol and Joanne. This cheer- 
leader's pretty hazel eyes 
sparkle at the thought of a 
hockey victory . . . enthusias- 
tic about discussions in Mrs. 
Keenan's Latin class . . . plans 
to attend a liberal arts college. 
Deb's wonderful personality 
will make her a success in 
whatever she may do. 
Activities: National Honor Society 
3, 4; Mirror Business and Literary 
Staffs 4; Hockey Cheerleader 4; 
Newspaper Staff 4; Red Cross 
Delegate to Training Center 2; 
Student Council Representative 2. 





is rebuilt in 1932 after being partially destroyed by fire. 



MARY CARROLL 
61 Seminole Avenue 
College II 

"The gentle mind by gentle 
deeds is done." 
Mary's blue eyes gleam when 
dreaming about a nursing 
career. Her favorite medicine 
is lasagna or C.Y.O. choir. 
"Frankie" is also an enthu- 
siastic swimmer. Sandy and 
Claire know that this cheer- 
ful miss is going to be a help- 
ful asset to the field of medi- 
cine. 

Activities: Pep Squad 4; Mirror 
Representative 4; Mirror Subscrip- 
tion Staff 4; Talent Show 3, 4. 



FRANK CASELLA 
31 Floyd Street 
Business 

"True art is knowing when 
to speak." 

"What could be better than 
sitting down to a well-round- 
ed Italian-style meal with Bob 
and Steve?" asks brown-eyed 
Frank. Before, after, or in the 
middle of the "game," be it 
football, baseball, or hockey, 
this former North Juniorite 
loves all the dishes from the 
old country. Business college 
after graduation also appeals 
to Frank's tastes. 




PHILIP CASTELLANO 
91 Taylor Street 
Vocational 

"A good friend is hard to 
find, but Phil is always kept 
in mind." 

"Phil" is a student who plans 
for a future as a machinist. 
He enjoys working on his 
car . . eats spaghetti and 
meatballs galore . . . loves 
parties. Good luck, Phil! 



RICHARD CASTELLANO 
50 Rumford Avenue 
College II 

"A time to keep silent and a 
time to speak." 
"Casty," a graduate of South 
Junior, can be found on cam- 
pus with friends, Don and 
Wally. In the classroom Mrs. 
Cases physics class scores 
high . . . special interests in* 
elude bowling and baseball. 
Good luck in the future, 
"Casty" ! 



WILLIAM CHANDNOIT 
25 School Street 
Business 

"Life is what you choose to 
make it." 

Dukess, as he is commonly 
called by his buddies, Bobby 
and Mike, hopes to attain suc- 
cess after graduating from 
Bentley School of Accounting. 
He accounts his good times at 
W.H.S. to Miss Tahaney's 
senior homeroom. Best of luck, 
Bill! 



smile, and a 



NANCY CHAPDELAINi: 
21 Andrea Road 
ColU \i II 
"A friendly 

:'!y u.ty." 
When Nancy isn t doing her 
democracy homework, she i an 

usually be found water-sk 
with Sally, Janet, and "Be* 
This peppy cheerleader came 
to WHs via North Junior. 
In our crystal ball we see 
Nancj as ■ teacher. Lots of 
link in the future. Nancy. 
Actitiliu: Football Cheerleader 
' iroon Squad I; Talent Show 
Senior Pl.iv I; Junior Prom 
( ommittce 3. 







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Built before 1798, the Fiske House is the oldest dwelling standing 
in the city. 



JANET CHASE 
208 Beal Road 
College 1 

"Her personality takes first 
place." 

A hockey cheerleader, "Jan's" 
eyes light up at the thought 
of pizza . . . enjoys victory 
parties and water skiing . . . 
algebra with Mr. Meader rates 
with "Jan," say friends, Nancy 
Bevy, and Janice . . . will 
study physical therapy at B.U. 
or the University of Con- 
necticut. 

Activities: Hockey Cheerleader 4; 
President of Pep Squad 4; Senior 
Play 4; Junior Prom Committee 3. 



LEO CHIASSON 

23 Highland Street 
Vocational 

"I'll be merry and free; I'll 
be sad for no one." 
Tom, Woody, and Grover 
hunt for "Bud" at the drug 
store or with the bowling team. 
This future electronic techni- 
cian builds up an appetite for 
turkey by weight lifting. 
"Bud" finds lunch most to his 
liking at W.H.S. 
Activities: Football 3; Safety Coun- 
cil 3, 4, President 4. 




SUELLEN CHILDS 
24 Kendall Park 
Honors 

"It's good to be merry and 
wise; it's good to be honest 
and true." 

Active Sue loves Miss Hogan's 
classes and filet mignon, but 
a day of ice skating also rates 
"par excellance" with this for- 
mer Lexington Street Junior 
High miss. Sue, Ros, and 
Dana know that this busy 
L.R.Y. member will shine at 
the college of her choice. We 
all wish you a world of suc- 
cess, Suellen. 

Activities: Newspaper Staff 3, Co- 
Editor 4; National Honor Society 
3, 4; Mirror Literary and Business 
Staffs 4; Latin Club 4; Bloodmo- 
bije Committee 4. 

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MARILYN CHRISTINO 
90 Howard Street 
College I 

"Soft smiles, by human kind- 
ness spread." 

We predict this talented sing- 
er-dancer-musician will be 
brightening the entertainment 
scene in a few years. After 
a difficult dance work-out ver- 
satile Marilyn enjoys the com- 
panionship of Danny and other 
friends. Mr. Benedict's Ger- 
man classes make a hit with 
our future show stopper. Gu- 
ten luck, Marilyn! 
Activities: Latin Club 2, 3; Mirror 
Representative 4. 



PIERINA CIANCI 

37 Cutter Street 
Business 

"A power to love and make 
friends of her own." 
"Don't call me meatball!" 
cries "Perry" . . . looks for- 
ward to study periods . . . 
boys and dancing rate high on 
"Perry's" list of terrifies . . . 
future tells of a medical sec- 
retarial career. 

Activities: Mirror Subscription 
Staff 4; Guidance Office 4; Red 
Cross Representative 2, 3. 



FRANCES CINCOTTA 

32 Spring Street 
College II 

"I'm sure care is an enemy 
to life." 

Quiet "Fran" formerly attend- 
ed North Junior . . . often 
seen at the Y.W.C.A. in Cam- 
bridge . . . enjoys eating spa- 
ghetti and listening to rock and 
roll records with friends, Lin- 
da and Barbara . . . plans in- 
clude Beverly School of Prac- 
tical Nursing. 



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ROBERT CINCOTTA 

292 River Street 

Business 

"Little powerhouse." 

Energetic Bob spends most of 

his time eating and playing 

hockey . . . enjoys Miss Taha- 

ney's homeroom classes . . . 

"Dulcess" can be found in the 

halls with Bill and Mike . . . 

future includes office work. 
Activities: Hockey 3. 



RODNEY CLARKE 
71 South Street 
College II 

"Man of thought, man of ac- 
tion." 

When not swimming or eating 
fried clams, "Rod" can be 
found at DeMolay with 
friends, Roddy and Bobby . . . 
likes Mr. Lynch's trig class 
best at W.H.S. . . . plans in- 
clude college after graduation. 
Activities: Track Team 2, 3, 4; 
Latin Club 2. 




The Livermore House, now occupied by the Morrisons, is one of 
the older and more beautiful residences in the city. 




HARRY COHEN 
32 Fiske Street 
College II 

"What's the use of worrying 
when it never was worth 
while." 

This ex-North Juniorite gives 
Oldsmobiles and pretty girls 
top billing . . . hopes to at- 
tend night college . . . good 
buddies include Joel and Steve. 



JANICE COPSON 
40 Barbara Road 
College II 

"A winning way, a pleasant 
smile." 

Pretty Jan likes Mr. Meader's 
classes best at W.H.S. . . . 
usually seen swimming, skat- 
ing, or eating french fries with 
Marilyn and Janet . . . plans 
to become an airline stewardess 
after attending I'ramingham 
State College. 

Activities: Pep Squad Officer 4; 
Talent Show jj Senior Play Com 

m.ttce i; 2io Sun i. Library 
Council j, I; Junior Pmm Com 
mittce >. 



GERALD CORCORAN 
3-1 Lawrence Street 
Business 

"The world is my oyster; 
friends are my pearls." 
Blue-eyed "Pokey" claims cars 
and girls as his first loves. 
Ken and Dyker tell us that 
Miss Tahaney is his favorite 
(culicr .it WHS. Active in 
C.Y.O., "Jerry" can be seen 
eating su.ik when not prepar- 
ing for a business i.mer, 
which he hopes to pursue after 
a college education. 
Activities: Audio-Visual Staff 3; 
Rule Club 3. 



DEANNA CORMIIR 

755 Lincoln Street 

Bust' 

"II Y know none that is s:. 

tr." 

Deanna. known to her friends 
as "Dee," came to WHS. 
from Lexington Street Junior 
High. When not "tapping the 
kc\s." this brown eved "jcune 
fille" can he found either at- 
tending C.Y.O. or roller skat- 
ing with I'te and Linda. Study 
periods in 20s top the list for 
"Dee." Future plans include 
going to Europe with I'te 
Bonne Chan 

Attn I alent 

Show N ipcr Stafl 



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EILEEN CORMIER 
60 Vernon Street 
College II 

' 'Tis a pleasure to meet one 
so quiet, so sweet." 
"Ellie" likes sports and the 
teachers at W.H.S. . . . 
friends are Martha and Pat 
. . . plans to attend nursing 
school. Good luck to a fine 
future nurse! 



TIMOTHY CORMIER 

82 Grant Street 
College II 

"Happy am I, from care I'm 
free." 

"Timmy" is really impressed 
with the new buildings at 
W.H.S. Among his other fa- 
vorites are girls, cars, and his 
fellow students. He can often 
be seen admiring the cafeteria 
with Conny and Kevin while 
sampling the pizza served 
there. Active in C.Y.O. and 
the Boys' Club, Timmy plans 
a career in engineering. 
Activities: Basketball 2; Football 
3, 4. 









Occupying one corner of the city common, 






ALFRED COSGROVE 

18a Lexington Terrace 
College II 

"To take things as they be, 
that's my philosophy." 
Big Al hails from North Jun- 
ior. "Tiny" enjoys track, foot- 
ball, baseball, and basketball. 
He can always be found at the 
Boys' Club with a basketball 
in his hands. In the future 
Al plans to play professional 
baseball. . . . Keep hitting, 
Tiny ! 

Activities: Baseball 3, 4- Track 
2, 3, 4; Football 2. 



ANNA COTRONE 
9 Colonial Avenue 
Business 

"How constant the smile in 
her deep brown eyes." 
Anna likes the friendly kids 
and the fun at W.H.S. . . . 
can be seen bowling or at 
Senior Sorority with Cheryll 
and Gloria . . . plans include 
a secretarial career after grad- 
uation. 



CHARLES COTTON 

37 Everett Street 
College II 

" 'Tis good to be merry and 
wise." 

Good-natured "Charlie," who 
comes from South Junior, is 
a member of his C.Y.O. , 
C.Y.A., and C.C.D. He en- 
joys the comfortable atmos- 
phere at W.H.S. with Willy 
and Steve. Charlie's ambition 
is to have a career as a U. S. 
Naval Air Force aviator. We 
wish you the best! 
Activities: Mirror Business Staff 4; 
Mirror Subscription Staff 4; Cafe- 
teria Squad 3; Track 4. 



MICHAEL COTTON 

85a Maple Street 
Business 

"Never quiet, always spry; 
With that personality, he'll 
get by." 

At the first beat of a drum, 
"Mike" is sure to be on the 
scene. This tall and witty 
lad likes studies with Miss 
Devane best at W.H.S. . . . 
does much of his drumming 
with Bob and Billy ... a 
term in the service will follow 
Mike's high school career. 
Activities: Latin Club 2; Debating 
Club 2; German Club 3; Maroon 
Squad 2, 3, 4; Advanced Trig 
Club 3. 



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THOMAS COXALL 
218a Calvary Street 
Business 

"It matters not how long we 
live, but bow well." 
Adventurous Tommy ... a 
decided ladies' man . . . often 
up to mischief with cohorts, 
Donny and Jerry ... will 
soon be singing "Anchors 
A weigh" as a U. S. Navy 
man. Good luck! 



~ity Hall was dedicated on January 6, 1927. 



john cram: 

38 Clark Lane 
Honors 

"The secret oj success is con- 
sistency of purpose.'' 
A career in medicine after 
study at the University of Ver- 
mont College of Medicine is 
the target for "Bullet." He 
rates Miss Hogan's math clas- 
ses high in his list of interests. 
The 1960-61 president of the 
Preteens and member of the 
Christ Church Y.P.F.. John 
enjoys the company of John 
and Bob. 

Activities: Track 2. 3. 4; Cross 
Country 3. 4, Captain 4; German 
Club 2. 3. i. President -1; Crim- 
son Key 3, i. Harvard 
Award 3. 




JAMES CROPPER 
19 Alderwood Road 
Technical 

"The force of his own merit 
makes his way." 
Trigonometry classes rate high 
on Jim's list of preferences. 
If not solving a mathematical 
equation, this technical course 
lad may be on his way to a 
Waltham Chapter Order of 
DeMolay meeting with Barry 
. . . engineering school is 
written in this pizza lover's 
future planbook. 
Activities: Math Club I: Crimson 
Key 4. 



SUSAN CROSS 

3 id Lexington Street 
Honors 

"Modesty is a citadel of beau- 
ty and virtue" 
Sweet "Sue" rates an "A not 

"nly in scholarship but also in 
personality. This friendly, 
greatly-admired senior is vice- 
pn sident of St Mary's CY.O . 
president of the N.H.S. and 
an enthusiastic sports fan . . . 
ci'ten seen with Joanna and 
Rose . . . Sue, our res| 

girl with the sweet smile, is 

sure to be a great success 

National Hanoi Society 

v i. President l. latin Club 2. 
3. i. Secretary I; Newspaper Staff 
2. J. 4/ Co-] J. lor J, I; Mir, i 
Literary Editot I; Red ( 'jtow Rep 
resentative }. 



JOHN CROWE 
21 Ellery Road 
College II 

"A modest man wet t r tali I 
of himself." 

John is a tr.uk and basketball 
tan \\lu> also enjoys fishing. 
He likes his algebra and ge- 
ometry i lasses . . . erases in.ist 
turkey, too. his friends, Don, 
Skip, and Fred tell us ( 
huk in the future. John. 
Acliritii i 1 1 i,k ) I ( nun 

Basketball Manage! i. 



ROBERT CROWLEY 
I i Upton Road 

Colli). 

"To loie the game beyond the 

prix, 

Bob. a happy senior, is college 

hound. Active in his church 

group defended \v H ^ 

against football rivals . . . 
dabbles in dram 
Atlin Dra 

i Club 2. 



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MP VolHG 



This obelisk stands on our city common along with several 
other monuments to citizens who have given their lives in war. 




JOHN CURRA 
48 Cedar Street 

Vocational 

"Never a dull moment will 

be found when this smiling 

lad's around." 

Jack is a sports enthusiast with 

preferences toward basketball 

and track. He is a future 

Navy man . . . plans a later 

career as a carpenter. Good 

luck, Jack ! 



KARREN CURTIN 

42 Boynton Street 
Business 

"Says little, but thinks a lot." 
Pert Karren comes to us from 
Weston High ... is active 
in the Luther League and 
A.L.C.W. . . . favors Eng- 
lish class with Mr. Donovan 
and fun with Pat and Diane 
. . . hopes the future includes 
a modeling career. Good luck! 
Activities: Senior Play Committee 
4; Pep Squad 3, 4; Talent Show 
4; Senior Prom Committee 4. 




RITA CURTIN 
74 Mayall Road 
Business 

"A sweet, attractive kind of 
grace." 

An avid football and hockey 
fan, "Reet" also likes de- 
mocracy and Miss Grover's 
classes . . . bowling, swim- 
ming, and St. Jude's C.Y.O. 
win her approval . . . Lois 
and Gerry are tops as com- 
panions. Secretarial work aft- 
er a Burdett education is in 
store for blue-eyed Rita. 
Activities: Pep Squad 2, 3, 4; 
Dramatics Club 4; Cafeteria Squad 
4; Guidance Office 4; Homeroom 
Representati\e 3, 4. 



JULIEANNE CURTIS 

3 1 Robbins Street 

Business 

"She's full of fun and a good 

chum." 

After a good long horseback 

ride Julie enjoys a big plate 

of Chinese food with Joan 

and DeeDee. Tops on Julie's 

list of "likes" at W.H.S. is 

democracy with Miss Crisi. 

Soon "Blondie" will don a 

dental nurse's cap. 

Activities: Girls' Sports 2, 3; 

Homeroom Representative 2, 3; 

Cafeteria Squad 4; Pep Squad 2, 

3, 4; Talent Show Committee 4. 



ELLEN CUSACK 

35 Hatherly Road 
College II 

"Sweet in goodly fellowship." 
Quiet Ellen, teasingly known 
as "Slim," thinks everyone at 
school is wonderful and the 
feeling is mutual. Ellen likes 
to bowl or attend C.Y.O. and 
sorority meetings with Jeanne 
and Lorraine. A career as an 
X-ray technician is in the not- 
too-distant future for this cute 
senior. 

Activities: Future Teachers of 
America 3; Talent Show 3; Ma- 
roon Squad 4; French Club 4. 



RICHARD DACEY 

220 Main Street 
College I 

"It's a friendly heart that has 
many friendi." 

"Dickie Dacey" is an honorary 
member of the B-Minus Club 
with friends, Ray and Joe. 
His favorite slalom is in Miss 
Daily's democracy class. A 
former B.C. High student, this 
trackster's biggest hurdle will 
be at law school. We're all 
sure Dick possesses the Crim- 
son Key to success in any 
court. 

Activities: Latin Club 2, 3, 4; 
Crimson Key 4; National Honor 
Society 3, 4; Newspaper Reporter 
4; Mirror Business Staff 4; Track 
3, 4. 



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DAVID DAUGMAN 
81 Irving Street 
College II 

"As honest as can be." 
Brown-eyed "Dave" is an ac- 
tive member of the Boys' Club, 
B.Y.F., and Waltham Youth 
Council . . . pastimes include 
reading . . . Student Council, 
dances, and rallies top his list 
of favorites at W.H.S. The 
call of the Air Force beckons 
"Dave" after graduation. 
Activities: Science Seminar 3; 
Latin Club 2; Greek Club 3; 
Weather Club 3. 4. 



ROBERT DAVIS 
86 Ash Street 
College II 

"Ambit/on has no rest." 
Witty Bob is an enthusiastic 
W.H.S. football fan. Besides 
bowling with Larry and Dick, 
this independent fellow likes 
to stunt fly model airplanes 
... is an active member in 
C.Y.A. . . . enjoys gym and 
algebra most at Waltham High 
. . . hopes to attend North- 
eastern University to study 
engineering. Best of luck, 
Bob! 







This statue to Nathaniel P. Banks, who was governor of our 
state, speaker of the House in the U. S. Congress, and a 
major general in the Civil War, stands on the Common. 




MARY DAWSON 

21 A Ash Street 

College II 

"A smile is the lighting system 

of the face and the beating 

•n of the heart." 
The thought of water-skiing 
or eating artichokes makes 
Mary's blue eyes dance. This 
former South Junior girl gives 
the wonderful students and 
faculty of W.H.S. an A rating. 
Rose Marie and Joanne can 
attest to the fact that this ac- 
tive C.Y.O. member will make 
a wonderful nurse; her heart 
warming smile would chew 
any patient. Good luck in all 
you do, Mary. 

National Honor Society 
i, I; Cheerleader i. W/n <■ Busi- 
ness Stafl I; Senior Play I; News 
paper Stafl I. 



THOMAS DAY 
16 Beacon Street 
Vocational 

"All who know him enjoy his 
company." 

A former member of the Burl- 
ington High School student 
body, Tommy now travels to 
W.V.H.S. each day to take 
part in those shop activities 
he enjoys so much. Tommy 
hopes the future holds a 
chance to work in an auto 
body shop. 



RICHARD DELANEY 
510 Finest Street 
College II 

A willing heart and a helping 
hand. 

This avid member of the rifle 
team would shoot a bulls 
eye for a steak any day. With 
friends, Rennie and Dick, he 
enjoys attending C.Y.O. meet- 
ings. College is Dick's future 
goal. 

Acthitits: Rifle Team 
Audio-Visual Staff •». 



WILLIAM DEMEO 
93 Cushing Street 
College II 

ii benevei I feel like txtr- 
c/'ft'. / lie doun until the 
la ling />./<>. 

A future \'a\v man. likable 
"Billy" loves the teachers and 
bis friends at W H S. When 

not pursuing an education in 
school, he van be seen eating 
french fries or participating 
in sports with Danny and Jim. 



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NANCY DEMONT 

43 Fiske Avenue 
College II 

"Quiet, modest and sweet." 
This blond ex-North Juniorite 
is a busy office worker who 
enjoys dancing with friends, 
Maureen and Tony, and at- 
tending meetings of her church 
group. "Nan" says W.H.S. is 
"the most." After graduation 
it's off to business school for 
this future secretary. Lots of 
luck, "Nan." 

Activities: Main Office Staff 3, 4; 
Girls' Sports 2, 3. 



RONALD DE SAULNIERS 
107 Colonial Avenue 
Vocational 

"He's little, he's wise, he's 
great for his size." 
Called "Cockroach" (of all 
things!) by friends, Rich, 
Jimmy, and Macy, this likable 
printing department lad sees 
travel ahead in his crystal ball. 
Ronald has served as a collec- 
tor for the Muscular Distrophy 
Fund and surely has a bright 
future in store. 




The Christ Episcopal Church was I 




ARLENE DE VINCENT 
188 Lyman Street 
College II 

"Never lose thy sweetness and 
charm." 

Dark-haired Arlene has set her 
heart on helping those people 
who are unable to set their 
eyes on anything and has de- 
cided to teach the blind after 
four years of preparation at 
college. At W.H.S. Arlene 
particular}* likes trig classes. At 
home she likes to sew or chat 
with friends, Diane and San- 
dra. Great success in your 

career, Arlene! 

Activities: Talent Show Commit- 
tee 3, 4; Latin Club 2. 



LESTER DE VINCENT 

82 Lawrence Street 
Vocational 

"Not afraid of work, a good 
friend to all." 

"Bodie" gives his claim to 
fame to Lexington Street Jun- 
ior High . . . especially en- 
joys shop classes . . . Paul, 
Bob, and Dave tell us that 
cars and ice-skating top his 
list of favorites. 



JOSEPH DI BONA 

159 Plympton Street 
College II 

"A man of steadfast purpose." 
Prep league baseball rates high 
on "Dukes" list of greats. Joe 
can swing a bat with ease. Al- 
ways tinkering, he loves to 
work under old cars with 
Jerry, Hank, and Moose. Aft- 
er graduating Joe £>Ians to be- 
come an army mechanic. 
Activities: Homeroom Representa- 
tive 3; Audio-Visual Staff 3; 
Boys' Sports 3; Junior Prom Com- 
mittee 3. 



ROBERT DI GREGORIO 
168 Lexington Street 
Business 

"Quietude is the most profit- 
able of things." 
Black - haired, brown - eyed 
"Dig" flips at the sight of 
Italian food. Bob's partners in 
crime, Al, Frank, and Ron, 
will testify to the fact that 
all kinds of sports rate high 
with this ex-North Juniorite. 
After graduation his plans in- 
clude furthering his education. 
Best of luck! 



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5uilt on Main Street in 1901. 



LORRAINE DI Ml.'ZIO 
15 Centre Street 
College II 

"Open, gentle, friendly, kind." 
The confusion in the new 
wing just fascinates Lorraine. 
Someday soon we should be 
seeing Lorraine in her new 
white dress setting some 
W.H.S.'er's hair for a senior 
prom. We wish you luck as a 
hairdresser, Lorraine. 
Activities: Girls' Sports 2, 3. 4; 
Maroon Squad 4. 



JOHN DION 
25 Miriam Road 
Business 

"Ah, subtle men, how many 
are thy mischiefs.'' 
Whether on the football field 
or basketball court, blond 
"Jack" is always at home. 
With his friends, Glenn and 
Joe, he can usually be seen 
frequenting parties or eating 
chocolate cake. After a sports- 
filled high school career, a 
college education and a bright 
future promise to follow fun- 
loving "Jack." 

Activities: Football 2. 3. 4; Bas- 
ketball 2. 3: Baseball 2. 3; Talent 
Show 3, 4. 




DIANE DI TOMMASO 
100 Amherst Avenue 
Business 

"Oh, I am stabbed with laugh- 
ter." 

Raven-haired "Dee" enjoys 
the rotating schedule at 
WHS. with her friends, 
Elaine and Joan . . . can 
usually he found skating . . . 
dark-eyed "Dee" plans to be- 
come a hairdresser after grad- 
uation. 

Activites: Pep Squad 4; Talent 
Show C nmmittce I; Ncwsp.ipcr 
I 4. 



JOAN DI VICO 
•19 Lafayette Street 
Business 

"Mischief tu inkles in her 
eyes." 

Joan, one of the gayest girls 
at W.H.S., can often be seen 
laughing with Judy and Elaine. 
Twirling strands of Italian 
Spaghetti after a C.Y.O. meet- 
ing rates high with this senior. 
Joan plans to attend business 
school after graduation. 
Actiittni Maroon Squad 4; Pep 
Squad 3, 4; Senior Pl.iy Commit- 
tee 4; Talent Show I 



WILLIAM DOHENY 
33 Wheelock Road 
College II 

"For he that runs it well, 
twice wins the race." 
Friendly "Bill" . . . enjoys 
doing the butterfly or back- 
stroke at the Boys' Club with 
Dick and Jim ... a member 
of the Holy Name Society 
. . . hopes to attend the Uni- 
versity of Maryland. Best of 
luck! 

Aitnities: Talent Show 4; Senior 
Play Committee 4: Swimming 
Team 3. I. 



BARBARA DONAHI E 
io Hammer Strut 
// tors 

"A daughtt r of the gt d, J:i inc- 
I) tall, and most dilimly fair." 
Our thoughtful Barbara . . . 
a happy combination of sin- 
cerity and fun . . . brown 
eyes reflect the sunshine 
pretty face .in.! a reservoir oi 
true friendship Barbara will 

attend Catherine Laboure 

School of Nursing after grad- 
uation 

Arliriliti: Mh ' 

Latin < Ircnurer I; 

Pep Squad SI I 



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The Church of Our Lady Comforter of the Afflicted was built 
in the northern part of our city in 1930. 



ARTHUR DOMINGS 
15 Gregory Street 
Business 

"Boys will be boys." 
"Santo" is well known in the 
class for his efforts on the 
football field. Al, Bob, and 
Ed tell us that he loves Miss 
Devane's English classes, hunt- 
ing, fishing, girls, and C.Y.O. 
meetings. The future holds an 
education at a business col- 
lege and a lot of promise for 
popular "Santo." 
Activities: Football 2, 3, 4; Talent 
Show 4; Rifle Club 4. 



RONALD DOUCETT 

50 Aberdeen Avenue 
College II 

"They come bigger but not 
better." 

Energetic "Ronnie" keeps busy 
as president of audio-visual 
. . . thinks W.H.S. teachers 
are the greatest . . . enjoys 
working on the talent shows 
and school plays with Cliff 
and Neale. Ronnie is plan- 
ning to attend B.U. and then 
begin a career in the Air 
Force. 

Activities: Crimson Key 4; Record- 
ing Club 3. 4; Electrical Club 3. 
4; Audio-Visual Staff 2, 3, 4, 
President 4, Executive Board 4; 
Weather Club 2, 3, 4. 




PAUL DOUCETTE 
27 Fuller Street 
Business 

"Ask me no questions and I'll 
tell you no lies" 
Brown-eyed Paul hails from 
South Junior High. He en- 
joys eating turkey in his spare 
time . . . friends are Steve, 
Ron, and Dick. After grad- 
uation it's off to Bentley's 
School of Accounting for Paul. 



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RAYMOND DOUGAN 
22 Hamblin Road 
Honors 

"We all agree he's quite a 
guy." 

Unforgettable "Ray" . . . full 
of fun and life in general . . . 
enthusiasm personified ... a 
combination of devilish blue 
eyes and a winning personality. 
This senior is active in C.Y.O. 
affairs and "all kinds" of fun 
with Bob and Joel. A lad 
with versatile talents and a 
way with people, Ray is sure 
to succeed both at Tufts and 
in the Foreign Service. 
Activities: Co-editor of Mirror 
4; Latin Club 2, 3. 4. President 
4; Class Treasurer 2; Student Ex- 
change Committee 4; Crimson Key 
3, 4. 



STEPHEN DREW 
50 Elson Road 
College II 

"His weapon is wit." 
"Steve" is an avid stamp-col- 
lector . . . enjoys Mr. Belli- 
veau's French classes . . . likes 
to parler francais avec Neil 
and. Bill . . . aims for a col- 
lege education at Tufts or 
Northeastern . . . explosive 
"Steve" is also known as the 
"Bomber." 



PAULA DUBE 
599 Lexington Street 
Honors 

"Her voice was soft, gentle 
and low." 

Pixie Paula . . . pocketbook 
edition of fun . . . character- 
ized by a ready smile . . . 
shares many adventures with 
Margaret ... is off to State 
Teachers' College next fall. 
Activities: Future Teachers of 
America 3, 4; Latin Club 2, 3; 
Pep Squad 2. 




MADELINE Dl/GAS 
22 Brookway Court 
College I 

"Her aspect is so utterly 
serene." 

With the coming of Winter Nan- 
cy and Fayth know that they'll 
find cheerful "Cherie" either 
skiing or skating. Following 
an afternoon of chilly exer- 
cise, "Cherie'' warms up with 
lobster and CY.O. activities. 
"Bon chance" to this future 
x-ray technician. 
Activities: National Honor Society 
J, I; Latin Club 2, 3; Future 
Teachers of America J; Talent 
Show 3. 4; French Club i. 



ELSA DURKEE 
109 Myrtle Street 
College I 

"Laugh and the world laughs 
with you." 

Popular Elsa can usually be 
seen with Anne and Judy. A 
friendly smile is her trade- 
mark as she greets the teach- 
ers and students at W.H.S. 
After an activity filled senior 
year Elsa plans on a college 
education. 

Activities: Student Council Secre- 
tary 4; Class Secretary 3, 4; Dra- 
matics Club Secretary 3; Dramat- 
ics Club Play 2; Debating Club 
3; German Club 2. 3. i. 




/T-./c^a/ c*y 



One of the older churches of our city. The Immanuel Methodist 
Church opened in 1888. 







THOMAS EASTLER 
180 Prospect Hill Road 
Technical 

"All excellent things are as 
good as they are rare." 
"Da's" hazel eyes sparkle .it 
the thought of a new directing 
assignment and of math 
classes. Water-skiing with 
Jim rates tops with this fu- 
ture mathematician. Good 
luck, "Da." 

Activities: Director Talent Show 
4; Director Senior Plav I; Tr.uk 
Team 3. 4; Hockey Team 2. 3; 4; 
Math Club I. 



DORIS EATON 
29 Elinor Circle 
Honors 

"Work is tonic, which con- 
tains no habit forming drug." 
Occasionally Doris finds time 
from her studies to enjoy 
Chinese food, but most of the 
time you can see this brown- 
haired, hazel-eyed miss hitting 
the b<K)ks. The future holds 
a college education for this 
bright senior. 

Latin Club 2. 3. 



GERARD EDMUNDS 
67 Cushing Street 
Business 

"What's the use of worrying?" 
Handsome Jerry came to 
W.H.S. from South Junior 
. . . blue eyes light up at 
the thought of roast beef . . . 
his many friends include Don- 
nie and Tommy . . . will don 
a Navy uniform after gradua- 
tion. All the best, Ji 



ROBERT I DMUNDS 

67 I ushing Strict 

I national 

"Just a regular 

can both t jokes." 

"Little Man," as friends, Sid, 

Dave, and D>n. call him. 

looks forward to a term in 

the Navy attcr graduation; he 

also hopes that the Naw 

serve those steak dinners that 

he likes so much After his 
term m the service is up, Boh 

hopes to have his own auto 
body shop, where all his form- 
er classmates can have their 
i.irs repaired Much luik. 
Boh 1 



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LEONARD EGAN 
81 Winthrop Street 
College II 

"Carefree days are here to 
stay!' 

Whether in Mrs. Brown's 
English class or eating steak 
with Steve and Carl, Leonard 
is sure to enjoy himself. Be- 
sides liking all the kids at 
W.H.S., he is also interested 
in cars and mack trucks. His 
future plans include work. 



JUDITH ELLIS 
110 Sheffield Road 
Business 

"Made after the way of gen- 
tleness." 

Blue-eyed Judy plans to chal- 
lenge the business world after 
graduating from I.B.M. school. 
Charlene and Linda agree that 
Judy will become an accom- 
plished businesswoman. 
Activities: Pep Squad 2; Home- 
room Representative 2; Girls' 
Sports 3. 




The Piety Corner Club, founded in 1886, has as part of its 




JOYCE ENGEBRETSEN 
92 Alder Street 
Business 

"She has the strange, sweet 
grace of violets." 
Pretty brown-eyed Joyce is 
South Junior's contribution to 
W.H.S. Joyce loves to talk 
on the telephone to Lorraine 
and Judy. The T.C.F. club 
and bowling keep Joyce busy, 
but she's never too busy to 
display her pretty smile. Best 
of luck, Joyce. 

Activities: Pep Squad 4; Talent 
Show 4; Girls' Sports 2, 3; Busi- 
ness Office Staff 3, 4. 



ROBERT ERICKSON 
131 Copeland Street 
Honors 

"I never let work interfere 
with my pleasure." 
Blue-eyed "Tod" is active in 
DeMolay and his church 
group. Whether tinkering 
with cars or eating hamburg- 
ers with Tom and Joel, Bob 
will tell you that he likes the 
faculty at W.H.S. A college 
education lies in the future 
for this good-looking senior. 
Activities: Latin Club 2, 3, 4; 
Audio-Visual Staff 2, 3, 4; Ma- 
roon Squad 4; Crimson Key 4; 
Mirror Homeroom Representative 
4; Mirror Business Staff 3. 



GERALDINE FAHEY 
201 South Street 
Business 

"A miss so sweet, petite and 
neat." 

"Yea, team, yea!" yells our 
pert cheerleader "Gerry" at 
W.H.S. games. Gerry can be 
seen in the cafeteria eating 
steak and spaghetti with her 
friends, Gee and Carleen. 
This peppy brown-haired miss 
remembers all the laughs 
shared in homeroom period. 
This pretty lass has hopes for 
a secretarial career in the fu- 
ture. 

Activities: National Honor Society 
3, 4; Cheerleader 4; Mirror Cleri- 
cal Editor 4; Mr. Husson's Staff 
4; Talent Show 3, 4; Mirror 
Representative 3. 



MAUREEN FAHEY 
46 Lawrence Street 
Honors 

"So fair and lovely." 
Sparkling brown eyes, lots of 
school spirit, and a yen for 
fun are characteristic of our 
pretty "Mo." Whether cheer- 
ing with Judi, eating Italian 
food with Linda, or attend- 
ing Youth Council meetings 
with Pam, vibrant Maureen 
usually enjoys herself. After 
a senior year busy with study- 
ing advanced biology and work- 
ing on the Mirror, our pretty 
senior looks forward to a col- 
lege education. 

Activities: Hockey Cheerleader 4; 
Mirror Literary Staff 4; Talent 
Show 3. 4; Senior Play Usher 4; 
Junior Prom Committee 3. 



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PIETY CORNET* CLUB HOUSE 



resent building the first schoolhouse in our city. 




GLORIA FAILLA 

215 School Street 

Honors 

"Dainty as a snowflake." 

Pretty, popular "Glo" likes 



to 

with 

with 

This 

that 



fill her spare hours 
C.Y.O. activities and fun 
Barbara and Susan, 
brown-eyed miss hopes 
her future includes work as 
a denTal hygienist after attend- 
ing Forsyth. We're sure she'll 

be successful. 

Activities: Latin Club 2. 3. 4, 
Executive Committee 4; Newspaper 
Staff 4; Mirror Business Staff 4; 
Mirror Literary Staff 4; Homeroom 
Representative 2, 4. 



JOSEPH FALLO 
171 Pine Hill Circle 
Business 

"Away from the world and its 
foils and cares!' 
Joe, who came to W.H.S. via 
Lexington Street Junior High, 
can usually be found spending 
his out-of-school time hunting 
in N. H. Friends. Henry and 
Bill, enjoy pizza with this red- 
head. After graduation it's a 

barber's life for Joe. 
Activities: Debating Club 4; Caf»- 
teria Squad 2, 3. 




EVELYN FALTER 
1460 Main Street 
Business 

"She wears a face of joy." 
Friendly, soft-spoken "Evie" is 
a bowling enthusiast who en- 
joys cheering the Crimson on 
at the various games . . . likes 
the student body in general 
. . . plans for a career as an 
executive secretary. 
Activities: Library Council 3. 4: 
Pep Squad J, 4; Miss Nolan's 
Staff 4. 



ROBERT FARINA 
171 Copeland Street 
College II 

"A good sport and a good 
friend." 

Black-haired "Bob" spends his 
spare time at the Boys' Club 
. . . enjoys golfing and bowl- 
ing with friends. Bud and 
Tony . . . everything at 
W.H.S. pleases this friendly 
senior . . . future plans in- 
clude college. Lots of lutk. 
"Bob"! 



CATHERINE FARRELL 
94 Frances Street 
College II 

"Quietness and consistency." 
"Cathy" enjoys Mr. Meader's 
classes with Lyn and Judy. 
The Dramatics Club is an im- 
portant p.ut of Cathy's Curric- 
ulum. Chandler holds the 
key to the future for this blue- 
eyed miss. 

Activities: Dramatic! Club J, t. 
Latin Club 2; Pep Squad 
r Pl.iv 1; Talent Show 



MARILYN FAULKNER 
ll Samoset Lane 

College II 

"Quiet thoughts which find 

no rest s.u-%- with the 1": .. 

i hc<t." 

You can usually find "Minn'' 
busily sewing with friends, 
Carol and Margaret, when she 
isn't attending meetings of the 
Rainbow Girls. This blue-eyed 
former Lexington Street Jun- 
ionte looks forward to a 
fashion career after graduation. 
G(H\1 link. Minn ' 
Activi 5 i I • • 

Talent Shi • 



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MewKall Sck»ol 



Constructed in 1883, the Newhall School was reopened in 1933 
after a damaging fire. 




PATRICK FEDELE 

48 Francis Street 
College II 

"I sing, I play, I dance." 
Amiable "Pat" . . . keeps busy 
with his rock 'n roll band . . . 
plans for a future in elec- 
tronics. Norman and Kenny 
say that their friend enjoys art 
and free-hand drawing. Best 
of luck, Pat! 

Activities: Homeroom Representa- 
tive 4; Talent Show 2, 3, 4. 



DONALD FERNALD 

313a Crescent Street 
Business 

"Youth is the time for fun." 
"Donnie," a future Navy man, 
is a great track fan. His 
friends, Tommy and Jerry, 
along with the rest of us wish 
him the best of luck in the 
future. 




RONALD FERRO 

50 Calvary Street 
Business 

"Very much the gentleman." 
Cheerful "Ron" comes to us 
from South Junior . . . often 
seen discussing the joys of 
hunting over turkey with Paul 
and Dick. Ambitious Ron 
hopes to attend Bentley School 
of Accounting. 



PAUL FERRO 
119 Rockridge Road 
Vocational 

"Always full of fun you bet; 
Just the boy you can't forget." 
Golfing keeps Paul busy when 
he isn't eating pizza with 
friends, Pete, Phil, and Paul. 
Mr. Olding's good nature rates 
high with this ex-North Jun- 
iorite. After graduation it's 
off to college for Paul. All 
the best! 

Activities: Swimming Team 2, 3, 
4; Golf Team 3, 4; Youth Advi- 
sory Council 4; Crimson Key 4. 



RALPH FIORE 

760 Lincoln Street 

Technical 

"Let each man do his best." 

The thought of traveling makes 

"Uncle Ralph's" hazel eyes 

dance. His friends and math 

classes score a hundred with 

this future mathematician, who 

also really enjoys Boy Scouts 

and C.Y.O. Best of luck, 

Ralph! 

Activities: Talent Show Stage 

Manager 4; Audio-Visual Staff 4; 

Senior Play Stage Manager 4; 

Crimson Key 4; Math Club 4. 



ROBERT FIORELL1 

13 Gardner Street 
College I 

"Friendliness and sincerity, his 
greatest virtues." 
Friendly "Bob" intends to ex- 
plore the field of psychology 
after graduation. Photography 
and C.Y.O. meetings with 
Freddie and Ray take up much 
of his time. This former South 
Juniorite will always remem- 
ber the fun he had in Mr. 
B's class. 

Activities: Debating Club 3, 4; 
Waltham Youth Council 3, 4; 
Tuft's Youth Conference 3; Crim- 
son Key 4; Kingsbury Temperance 
Essay Winner 3. 



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JAMES FITZGERALD 
125 Marlborough Road 
Technical 

"Silence will carry you far." 
"Fitz" is a quiet but loyal 
member of Mr. Lynch's fan 
club. He also is a member 
of the Senior Band and loves 
to play the Waltham High 
song after every touchdown. 
"Fitz's" plans include college 
and a career in engineering. 
Friends, Ray and "Da," are 
sure he'll be successful. 
Activities: Senior Band -t. 



CHARLENE FLYNN 
121 Shore Road 
Business 

"Quiet, smart, and very sweet 
— a friendly girl who can't be 
beat." 

Brown-eyed "Charlie" came to 
W.H.S. from Lexington Street 
Junior High. This peppy typist 
can often be found bowling 
with Peggy and Judy or on 
her way to her favorite class, 
democracy with Mr. Orman. 
She's a sure bet to be an ex- 
cellent office worker. 
Activities: Pep Squad 2 ; Home- 
room Representative 2; Girls' 
Bowling 3. 



A private school. Chapel Hil 
Church School in 1864. 



School was opened as the New 




DANIEL FLYNN 
74 Wilbur Street 
College I 

"Silence at the proper season 
is wisdom, and better than 
any speech." 

Blond, brown-eyed Danny, has 
a serious nature ... is hap- 
piest working on math prob- 
lems . . . plans to attend col- 
lege and pursue a career in en- 
gineering. Lots of success, 

Dan! 

Activities: Math Huh I 



STEPHEN FOGG 
31 Milton Street 
College II 

"Pleasant and friendly in every 
way, Those are lucky who 
come her way." 
Blue-eyed "Steve" came to 
WHS. from North Junior 
High . . . enjoys going to the 
Boys' Club and talking about 
stock t ars with Lenny and 
Frank . . . football games and 
Mrs. Brown's English classes 
top the list tor Steve . . . 
future plans include collegt 
Activities: Cafeteria Squad 4; Red 
< r ss Representative 2; Hoax 
Represcntatne 2; Talent Show I. 



DONNA FLYNN 
99V / 2 Crescent Street 
College II 

"My way is to begin at the 
beginning." 

Poised and pretty "Flynsie" is 
always exclaiming about the 
unforgettable parties at W 11 S 
A career girl at heart. Donna 
plans to attend College he- 
tore joining the airlines as ■ 
stewardess. She wishes she 
could take Brighton's choco- 
late chip ice cream on her 

flights. 

Activities: Hep Squad 2. 
retary i. Talent Shi Mam 

.•I s. I; Junior Prom 
1 nittce 3; Mirror Business 

Sun i. Senior Plav Committee I. 



ALAN FORAN 

25 Fern Street 

Vocational 

"Dark. tall, well liked by all: 

"Flanky." as Alan is known. 

is ,i future college student. His 

interests range from sj^orts to 

art He plans a bright future 

career as a building contractor. 

Attn Swimming 

l ■ ..' I '■•■ u i mmit 

tee I; Junior mmittec S 

> ah Advisory Committee l 



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CHRISTINE FORRESTER 

58 Auburn Street 
College II 

"Her joy is never ended." 
Quiet "Chris," who came to 
W.H.S. from North Junior, 
will never forget her democ- 
racy and geometry classes. Her 
brown eyes sparkle when 
cheering at football games with 
Mary, Helen, and Doris. After 
attending a secretarial college, 
Chris will embark on a suc- 
cessful career as a legal sec- 
retary. 

Activities: Football Pep Squad 2, 
3; Latin Club 2; Hockey Pep 
Squad 2; Maroon Squad 4; Talent 
Show -i. 



BARRY FOSTER 

20 Murray Street 
College I 

"Laugh and the class laughs 
with you." 

"Hi, Mr. Lynch! What's new 
in trig?" questions Barry. 
Uncle Ralph and Cousin Saul 
help make up his class A 
bowling team. Barry loves to 
sing tenor at German Club 
meetings. He flips a quick 
stick in hockey. Barry's pet 
peeve is green-eyed girls ! 
Activities: Hockey Team 2, 3 4- 
Rifle Club 2. 3, 4; Crimson Key 
4; German Club 4; Senior Play 

4. 




Erected during the depression of the 1930s, the Post Office i 




MARILYN FOSTER 

27 Charlotte Road 

Business 

"Not much talk, a great, sweet 

silence." 

Brown-eyed "Mai" hails from 

North Junior. This future 

secretary can often be found 

eating pizza with her good 

friend Janice. Senior Sorority 

and Rainbow are also part of 

this busy senior's schedule. 

Activities: Pep Squad 2, 3, 4; 

Library Council 3, 4. 



DENISE FOURNIER 

211a Ash Street 
Honors 

"Every inch packed with dyna- 
mite." 

Peppy, pert, petite; that's 
Denise! . . . can be found 
talking with the Nifties at the 
football games . . . cheering 
at the rallies . . . singing with 
the Debonnaires. We see a 
successful future for this fu- 
ture teacher. 

Activities: Cheerleader 4; News- 
paper Staff 4; Prom Committee 3, 
4; Talent Show 3, 4; Graduation 
Usher 3; Senior Play Usher 4. 



MARION FRECHETTE 

23 Russell Street 
College II 

"Like a tall garden lily." 
Tall, blue-eyed Marion cheers 
long and loudly for chemistry 
lab classes with Mr. Morang. 
Marion came to W.H.S. three 
years ago in search of fried 
chicken and enjoyed her visit 
so much that she decided to 
stay. This busy senior hopes 
to become a teacher after 
graduation. 

Activities: Hockey Pep Squad 2, 3; 
Football Pep Squad 2, 3; Senior 
Play Committee 4; Latin Club 2; 
Dramatics Club 2. 



CARL FREDRICKSON 

36 Andrea Road 
Technical 

"Take life as it comes." 
Whether attending trig classes 
or participating in Civil De- 
fense Radio Communication 
with Robert and Paul, "Fred- 
die" is always busy. Active 
in a church bowling league, 
the Boys Club, and Civil De- 
fense, he hopes to go into 
electrical engineering after col- 
lege. 

Activities: Audio-Visual Staff 2, 3, 
4; German Club 2, 3, 4; Weather 
Club 3, 4; Ornics Club 2, 3, 4; 
Science Seminar 2, 3, 4; Radio 
Club 3, 4. 



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CARRIE FRIES 
38 Albermarle Road 
Business 

"Her temper's always gay and 
bright." 

Light brown hair, hazel eyes 
and here comes "Eliz" with 
Judy and Pat near at hand. 
This Lexington Street Junior 
High graduate favors music, 
art, and parties. She also en- 
joys bowling in Parke Snow's 
Bowling League. Her future 
plans include business school. 
Activities: Student Council Vice- 
President 4; Library Council 3. 4; 
Talent Show 2, 3; Mirror Clerical 
Staff 4. 



ANNE FUCCI 
143 Calvary Street 
College 11 

"So many things to do, so lit- 
tle time to do them." 
After completing her activity- 
filled years at W.H.S., Anne 
hopes to become a professional 
singer. When not dancing or 
eating black olives with Elsa, 
she can be found attending 
Sons of Italy meetings. Her 
favorites in school include 
democracy classes and English 
with Mrs. Brown. 
Activities: Class Vice-President 2. 
3; Student Council Vice-President 
4; Library Council J, I; Talent 
Show 2. 3; Mirror Tlrrinl <sMff A 




JOHN FUCCI 
195 South Street 
Honors 

"A moral, sensible, udl-bred 
fellow." 

Friendly "Jack" likes math 
classes best at W.H.S. . . . 
can often be found tape-record- 
ing the voices of pals, Paul 
and Jim, or at Sons of Italy 
meetings . . . plans include 
college in the fall for this 
popular lad 

Acliiilies: National Honor Society 
3. 4; Ccrman Club 2. 3. I; 
Science Seminar 2. s. I. Min < 
Business Staff J, I, Math Club 
4; Language Lab Assistant 3; 
Rifle Club 2. 



SANDRA FULLERTON 
23 Wildwood Lane 
Business 

"free from thoughts of care." 
As the temperature dips be- 
low the freezing point, "San- 
dy" dons her skates and heads 
for the nearest stretch of ice. 
Gliding along, she thinks for 
a while about her future as 
a secretary; but friends, Jean. 
Sandy, and Barbara, soon bring 
her back from her dreams to 
the warmer thoughts of french 
fries. We hope you have 
smooth skating all the way, 
Sandy ! 
Aclmlni: Mr. Hussons Stall 1 



ELIZABETH GALLAGHER 
22 Plant Road 
Business 

"A singing in your heart, a 
rapture in your eyes." 
Hazel-eyed Beth enjoys short- 
hand most at W.H.S. . . . 
active in church C.Y.O. . . . 
favors Chinese food . . . best 
friends, Janet and Bev, dis- 
close the tact that Beth plans 
on a carcxr as a private sn.rt- 
tary after graduation. 
Actum,. 210 Stmfl i. Mr Hus- 
Staff l. library Council s. 
.. National Honor Society 3. 4; 
Pep Squad V I 



PETER GARBER 
28 Caodace Avenue 

Colltgi 11 

"Such popularity is well de- 
nned." 

Energetic Peter seems destined 
foi success as a goii pro . . . 
can be seen on the greens with 
friends. 1 red and Eddie . . . 
a good pi//a hits the spot 
after a successful game . . . 
future plans include college 
and the ten I lood luek, 

Pete! 

Ait:: I I Team 2. I. I 



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The Massachusetts National Guard Armory is located on Sharon 
Street in Waltham. 



JOEL GARDINER 

12 Bright Street 

Honors 

"Follow me and thou shall 

not lack amusement." 

"I'll bite," replies Joel when 

asked a question in Miss Ho- 

gan's math class. Known for 

his red hair and quick wit, Joel 

is active in DeMolay and the 

Boys' Club. Gil and Rick are 

among his many friends. A 

good round of golf is tops 

with this future Princeton 

alumnus. 

Activities: Audio-Visual Staff 2, 

3, 4; Latin Club 2, 3, 4; Crimson 

Key 4; Mirror Business Staff 4; 

Junior Prom rommittpe 3 



MARSHA GARDNER 

400 Lincoln Street 
College 1 

"Of spirit still and quiet." 
Marsha enjoys English and 
Baptist Youth Fellowship . . . 
friends include Diana and 
Nancy. Pretty, blue-eyed Mar- 
sha plans on a career in physi- 
cal therapy. 

Activities: Latin Club 2, 3, 4; 
Kingsbury Temperance Fund Essay 
Winner 3;. Newspaper Staff 2, 3; 
Senior Play Representative 3. 




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LEO GAUDET 

130 Princeton Avenue 
College II 

"What a thing friendship, 
world without end." 
Brown-eyed Leo likes Mr. O' 
Brien's geometry class best at 
W.H.S. . . . can be found at 
the Boys' Club or fixing cars 
with Dave and Bob . . . plans 
to enter the Air Force after 
graduation. 

Activities: Weather Club 2; Talent 
Show 4. 



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ROSE GENOVA 
144 College Farm Road 
Honors 

More than wisdom, more than 
wealth — a happy heart that 
laughs at care. 

Unforgettable Rose . . . the 
"little one" with the big heart 
and unmistakable laugh . . . 
our National Merit gal . . . 
full tuition scholarship win- 
ner to Boston College . . . 
plots graphs for math teaching 
career . . . Sue, Joyce, and 
Joanne hear "What a RIOT!" 
all the time ... a merry-go- 
round of joy . . . our Rose. 
Activities: National Honor Society 
3, 4, Treasurer 4; Math Club 4; 
Latin Club 2, 3, 4; Mirror Literary 
Staff 4; Mirror Business Staff 4; 
Newspaper Staff 2, 3, 4, Co-Editor 
3, 4; Girls' State Representative 3. 



THOMAS GIARDINA 
416 River Street 
Business 

"The mildest manner with the 
bravest mind." 

Dark-haired Tom likes holi- 
days best of all. Eating steak 
with Henry and David score 
a strike with this bowling en- 
thusiast. A South Junior 
Alumnus, Tom plans to go to 
business school after gradua- 
tion. 
Activities: Bowling 3. 



LESLIE GLASIER 
55 Prentice Street 
Business 

"Glorious, golden." 
Blond "Les" comes to W.H.S. 
from North Junior ... en- 
joys swimming with friends, 
Lois and Rita . . . will miss 
all the wonderful kids at 
W.H.S. . . . plans on I.B.M. 
school then office work after 
graduation. 

Activities: Homeroom Representa- 
tive 4. 




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JUDITH GLOSSA 
41 Hagar Lane 
Honors 

"I love the blueness of her 
eyes." 

Whether cheering for the 
hockey team, attending parties, 
or enjoying math classes, 
friendly "Judi" abounds in 
school spirit. Sally, Maxine, 
and Dian will tell you that 
she plans to attend the Univer- 
sity of Massachusetts next year 
to study biochemistry. The 
future is filled with promise 
for our energetic "Judi." 
Activities: Hockey Cheerleader 3, 
4; National Honor Society 3, 4; 
Girls' Sports 2, 3, 4; Mirror Art 
Staff 4; Main Office Staff 3. 4; 
Talent Show 3, 4. 



ARLENE GODDARD 

452 Lincoln Street 
College II 

"Her voice was like a musical 
book." 

Busy "Lee" is active in her 
church fellowship and does 
volunteer work at the Fernald 
School. Joyce, Gay, and Helen 
like to listen to her play the 
piano and organ. She will al- 
ways remember the fun she 
had cheering at W.H.S. foot- 
ball games. Lee plans to teach 
mentally retarded children 
after graduation from college. 
Activities: Future Teachers of 
America Club 3; Main office Staff 
4; French Club 4; Tufts Univer- 
sity Conference 3. 




The American Watch Company, better known as the Waltham 
Watch Company, was established in our city in 1859 and helped 
to spread our name all over the world. 




VALERIE GORDON 
16 Ellery Road 
Business 

"A winning way, a pleasant 
smile." 

A North Junior High grad- 
uate, "Val's" future plans in- 
clude work as an I.B.M. opera- 
tor. Miss Mooney's shorthand 
and typing classes rate a high 
score with this peppy miss, as 
does bowling with friends, 
Madeline, Rita, and Lois. V.il 
divides her spare time between 
C.Y.O. and eating fried clams. 
Acuities: National Honor Society 
3, 4; Graduation Usher 3; Talent 
Show 4; Girls' Sports 2. 



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GLORIA GOSSELIN 
98 Beacon Street 
College 

"Her smile is the sweetest that 
was ever seen." 
Brown - eyed, brown - haired 
Gloria, known to Judi and 
Marylou as Gigi, likes French 
classes best at Waltham High 
School. This lively lass, who's 
a whiz at skating, plans to be- 
come a teacher after gradua- 
tion from college. Best of 
luck, Gloria! 

Activities: Kingsbury Temperance 
Award i; Talent Show V I; Pep 
Squad 3. i; Maroon Squad 4. 



THOMAS GRAY 
78 Hawthorne Road 
College II 

"An all around good fellow." 
First the service and then it's 
off to college for this art, 
automobile, and roast beef 
lover. Tommy came to W.H.S. 
from Lexington Street Junior 
High . . . friends include 
Larry and Bob . . . the out- 
standing faculty of WHS. 
rates high with Tom. 
Aclhitits: Student Council Vice- 
i i mmit- 

tCC I; Mitt r ItuMIlOV St I 

Audio- Visual Staft I; Maroon 
Squad t. 



VIRGINIA GRAY 
111 Barbara Road 
College II 

"This girl is a friend to all." 
Whether at a fashion show 
with Joanne or eating ice- 
cream with Zoda, green-eyed 
"Ginm is always bus] Rain- 
how Girls and sewing pCOJeCtS 
occupy much of her time out 
of school, while cafeteria work 

rates high in school. The fu- 
ture includes an education at 
Modern School of Fashion De- 
sign for this Fashionable senior. 

At until- 1 : Talent Sb*OH 

roon Squad v i. Senior Play 
Homeroom Representa- 
tive 2; Clink Sta" 



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WILLIAM GRAY 

1097 Main Street 
College II 

''The youth replies — 7 can' ." 
Blue-eyed "Willie" comes to 
W.H.S. from North Junior. 
If not at M.Y.F. or working 
on his car, Willie can usually 
be found eating turkey with 
Steve and Charlie. Mr. Per- 
kins' physical science class and 
Mrs. Brown's English class 
rank high with this future 
Coast Guard recruit! Good 
luck, Willie! 



ERNEST GREEN 
24 Dix Street 
College II 

"Happy am I, from care I flee, 
Why aren't they all content 
like me?" 

Fun-loving "Ernie" may be 
found playing basketball with 
friends, Danny and Dickie. 
Math class rates top on Ernie's 
list of pet peeves. The Uni- 
versity of Massachusetts will 
be very fortunate to gain Ernie. 
Wherever the future may take 
him we wish Ernie luck. 
Anilities: Basketball 3, 4; Lan- 
guage Lab Assistant 4; French 
Club 4. 




The District Court on Lyman Street, besides being a beautiful 




KATHLEEN GRIMES 
169 Grove Street 
College II 
"True as steel." 
Friendly "Kath" hails from 
S.J.H. This blond senior en- 
joys typing best at W.H.S. 
Foods, especially french fries, 
rank high on her list of favor- 
ites. "Kathy," who can be 
found roaming the corridors 
with Ginny and Cathy, hopes 
to become a typist after grad- 
uation. Good luck, "Kathy"! 
Activities: Mirror Representative 3. 



PAUL GRIMES 

98 Webster Street 

Watertown 

Vocational 

"A friendly fellow who can 

both give and take jokes." 

"Grimesy" is a future Navy 

man with plans for a college 

education. He likes Italian 

foods, cars and his classmates. 

All the best in the future, 

Paul! 



ALAN GROTE 

40 Porter Road 
Business 

"For man is man and master 
of his fate." 

When not thinking about foot- 
ball practice or the big game 
on Saturday, Al likes to see 
Miss Devane dramatize Shake- 
speare or expound the fine 
points of punctuation. Blond, 
blue-eyed Al will snap to at- 
tention when roll is called in 
one of the branches of the 
armed forces. Friends, Arthur, 
Bob and Eddie, wish Al the 
best of luck in the future. 
Activities: Football 2, 3, 4. 



JOHN GUERIN 

67 Hall Street 

Vocational 

"I bait my hook, cast my line; 

And the best of life is mine." 

Memorable "Johnny" enjoys 

the drafting shop best . . . 

is a member of the Young 

Democrats of Waltham. Bobo, 

Jerry, and Paul tell us that 

this popular lad is college 

bound. 

Activities: Mirror Staff 4; Talent 
Show 3, 4. 



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and symmetrical building, stands as a monument to Justice. 



STEPHEN GULLOTTI 
96 Smith Street 
Business 

"A little nonsense now and 
then, Is relished by the best 
of men." 

Handsome brown-eyed "Steve" 
is most often seen with Bill 
and Jimmy . . . active in Our 
Lady's C.Y.O. . . . enjoys 
lunch periods most at W.H.S. 
. . . plans include Bentley 
School of Accounting. 
Activities: Talent Show 2. 3; Sen- 
ior Play Committee -i; Cafeteria 
Squad 3. 



BEVERLY GUMBERT 
100 Overland Road 
Business 

"She brings all things unto 
a happy end." 

Vivacious "Bev" comes from 
North Junior . . . Ute and 
everybody agree that she likes 
clams . . . enjoys study pe- 
riods, especially in S-203 . • . 
next year will find Bev as a 
secretary with the Metropoli- 
tan Insurance Company. 




DAVID GUSTAFSON 
77 Fiske Street 
Business 

"Never leave that 'til tomor- 
row which you can do today." 
When the final bell rings on 
classes at Waltham High, 
"Gus" will give a smart salute 
to his superior officer in one 
branch of the service. While 
drilling, he*U look forward to 
his next leave when he can 
rejoin Don and Walt for a 
fishing trip. Good luck, Gus! 



PAUL GUSTAFSON 

79 Fiske Street 

Business 

"Silence seldom hurts." 

Tall "Gus" comes to W.H.S. 

from North Junior High . . . 

can usually be found working 

on cars with Buddy and John 

. . . likes lunch time best at 

W.H.S. . . . plans to join the 

Air Force after graduation. 

Much luck, "Gus"! 



GLENN GUSTAVSON 
20 Livingstone Lane 
Honors 

"My idea of an agreeable per- 
son is one who agrees with 
me. 

Handsome, blue-eyed "Gus" 
aspires toward college and 
eventually a career as a re- 
search physicist. This active 
senior rates math classes and 
physics laboratory work as 
tops. Dick, Yams, and Moe 
assist Gus with his experi- 
ments in physics and electro- 
mo. 

Acthitiiti Crimson Kc 
man Club .'. \, i. Audio-V 

nee Seminar 2, 
3. •■: Electrical Staff :. J, l. 



MELVIN CI Y 
32 Pine Hill Circle 
Vocation.il 

"If help is needed "Mel" is 
.ilu.iys >. 

s ts-minded "Mel" esjx 
l> enjoys football . . . fills in 
with occasional skating, howl- 
ing, and baseball. Dave and 
Al say that Melvin plans to 
work as a wilder in the fu- 
ture. 



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Located on Lexington Street, near Central Square, our police 
station and its force serve our city well. 




JEREMY HAGGAR 
68 Worcester Lane 
Honors 

"Knowledge is power." 
This distinguished gentleman 
came to the colonies straight 
from Mother England. How- 
ever, "Jerry" has become 
Americanized while rooting 
for W.H.S. at the football 
games with Bob and John. 
We're glad that he can send 
glowing reports back home 
of his many friends and activ- 
ities, understanding teachers, 
and challenging courses. 
Activities: Latin Club 2, 3, 4, 
Executive Committee 3, 4; Treas- 
urer of Mass J.C.L. 3; Newspaper 
Staff 3, 4, Editor 4; Talent Show 
3; Senior Play 4; Crimson Key 4. 




ARTHUR HALL 

65 Edwin Road 

Business 

"Sigh no more, women, for 

here I come." 

"Archie" plans to don the 

"navy blues" after leaving 

W.H.S. But until he gets his 

ship, he is content to drive 

around Waltham in his car 

with Buddy and Pinky. The 

sight of a juicy steak makes 

the blue eyes of this North 

Junior alumnus light up with 

pleasure. 




MAUREEN HALL 
5 Berkley Street 
Business 

"With mischief beaming in her 
eyes." 

Vivacious "Morn" is happiest 
when accompanied by her pals, 
Linda, Helen, and Joyce. En- 
joys the busy activity periods 
at W.H.S. . . . lobster and 
clams also receive her approval 
. . . plans to go into dental 
work after graduation. 
Activities: Talent Show 3, 4; 
Hockey Pep Squad 2 ; Football Pep 
Squad 2. 



RICHARD HALLERAN 
212 Brown Street 
Business 

"Little said is soon amended." 
"Dick," who likes lunch best 
at W.H.S. calls for steak with 
friends, "Hertz" and Eddy. 
This South Junior High grad- 
uate looks forward to serving 
in the Air Corps and later 
becoming an accountant. "Bon- 
ne chance, Dick! 
Activities: Homeroom Representa- 
tive 2; Cafeteria Squad 3. 



EUGENE HAMILTON 

74 Milner Street 
Business 

"Where there is fun, he's al- 
ways in it." 

Gene's favorite interest is 
mechanics . . . this popular 
blue-eyed senior can be found 
with Bob and Ed . . . future 
career includes business ad- 
ministration. Good luck, 
Gene! 



JAMES HANLON 

21 Taylor Street 

Business 

"The wheel that squeaks the 

loudest is the one that gets 

the grease." 

Blue-eyed Jim thinks there is 

nothing finer than a steak 

dinner with Dick and Mike. 

A food lover, Jim enjoys lunch 

periods best at W.H.S. Bentley 

School of Accounting or an 

Army career are next on the 

agenda for Jim. 

Activities: Cafeteria Squad 3. 



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JUDITH HARDIMAN 
83 Grant Street 
College II 
"Quietness is best." 
Blue-eyed "Judi" . . . came to 
W.H.S. from St. Mary's High 
... a pizza lover . . . enjoys 
skating and swimming with 
friends, Gloria and Martha 
. . . plans a nursing career. 
All the best, Judi! 
Activities: Pep Squad 3, 4; Cafe- 
teria Squad 4; Senior Play 4; 
Maroon Squad 4; Talent Show 4. 



RICHARD HARDING 
85a Robbins Street 
Business 

"Not afraid of work, a good 
friend to all" 

Friendly "Dick" will never 
forget the old cafeteria. When 
not eating fried clams, this 
former South Juniorite can be 
found either hunting or sail- 
ing with friends, Ed and Ron. 
Burdett or Bryant and Strat- 
ton are included in Dick's fu- 
ture. Good luck, Dick. 
Activities: Rifle Club 2, 3. Sec- 
retary-Treasurer 2, 3. 



One of the many fire stations in our city, this one on Tr 
is the newest and most modern in Waltham. 




KEVIN HARGADON 

12 Russell Street 

College II 

"His good nature is without 

equal." 

Kevin enjoys playing baseball 

and going to the Boys' Club 

with friends, Connie and Tim. 

English with Mrs. Brown rates 

high with Kevin, who came 

to W.H.S. from St. Mary's. 

After graduation it's off to 

take up I.B.M. Lots of luck, 

Kevin. 



MICHAEL HARGREAVES 
356 Bacon Street 
College I 

"In the life of a young man, 
the most essential thing for 
happiness is the gift of friend- 
ship." 

Athletic "Kim" can be seen 
discussing Sports with Bob 
and Glenn . . . credits his 
muscles to weight lifting . . . 
divides his time between the 
Hi-League, Pic-teens, and 
Boys' Club . . . hopes to be- 
come an M.D. after gradua- 
tion. 

Activities: Football 2, \, i. I rack 
2. 3. I: Baseball 2, >, I; T.ilcnt 
I; French Club I. 
' Business St.it I I 



EDWARD HARRIGAN 
■ill Moody Street 
Business 

"A friend in need. In'll come 
with speed." 

The United States Navy is the 
cry of this golfing enthusiast 
At W.H.S the sports pro- 
gram tops "Happy's" list of 

favorites. This future aviator 
can often be seen bowling or 
eating lasagna with Paul and 
Raj ... a flying future to 
an energetic Crimson Kiv 
member' 

Crimson K Goli 

Team . Basketball 

Open Hi I tbei \, I 



RICHARD HART 

84 Harvard Street 
Vocational 

/ . > to know .t':J e.iiy to 
get along with." 
It you drop by the vocational 
school someday before June 
and see a lad hard at work 
on machinery with Phil and 
Georgie. it's probably "Rich." 
Good link to tins friendly 
mechanic ' 



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RICHARD HARTWELL 
96 Lafayette Street 
College 11 

"Good nature is a sign of a 
large and generous soul." 
"Dick," a track and football 
player of long standing at 
W.H.S., is a college bound 
student who hopes to make 
many new friends at college 
and later in his chosen field. 
Best of luck, Dick! 
Activities: Track Team 2, 3, 4; 
Football Team 3, 4. 



ROBERT HAZEL 
5 Bright Street 
Honors 

"Always happy, never glum; 
He has sun for everyone." 
Look for this aspiring dentist 
at the Boys' Club or at Saint 
Jude's C.Y.O. ... or per- 
haps he'll be detecting cavities 
after a lobster feast with Dave 
and Steve . . . you might see 
the future Dr. Hazel toga-clad 
at the Latin Club . . . nothing 
but praise for "Haze." 
Activities: Latin Club 2, 3, 4; 
Mirror Business Staff 4; Mirror 
Subscription Staff 4; Junior Var- 
sity Football 3. 




After being the center of a canoe business in the years around 




MELVIN HEBERT 

91 Princeton Avenue 

Business 

"Industry is its own reward." 

This blond-haired lad came to 

W.H.S. from the Lexington 

Street Junior High with 

friends, Dave and Mike . . . 

plans to enter the Army after 

graduation. Good luck, 

"Mel"! 



PATRICIA HENEBURY 
25 Wyola Prospect 
College I 

"Are her eyes blue or gray?" 
Busy "Pat" spends much of 
her time at the library and at 
Brigham's . . . faithfully at- 
tends football games with the 
"Nifties" and "Max" . . . 
soon after graduation Pat will 
don a nurse's cap. 
Act ir Hies: Majorette 2, 3, 4; 
Talent Show 3, 4; Senior Play 
Committee 4; Mirror Business 
Staff 4; Latin Club 2. 




CAROL HENRY 
193 Winter Street 
Business 

"The best of me is diligence." 
Carol hopes to become a pri- 
vate secretary ... is usually 
found with Carol, Marilyn, and 
Joanne. This hazel-eyed blond 
enjoys drawing and cooking at 
W.H.S. 

Actifities: Mirror Art Staff 4; 
Mirror Homeroom Representative 
2. 



PAUL HERSOM 
44 Brightwood Road 
College 11 

"Resolve to be thyself." 
Paul has a special interest ^n 
cars . . . finds Mrs. Case's 
physics class electrifying. After 
leaving the Boys' Club, he 
shares his submarine sand- 
wiches with friends, Al and 
Dave . . . future includes a 
college education. 
Activities: Rifle Club 2. 



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885, Nuttings on the Charles became a prominent dance spot. 




ROBERT HILTON 
24 Kingston Road 
College 11 

"A man of many interests." 
"'Bob" came to us from 
L.S.J.H. . . . may be found 
with Leo and Dave if he isn't 
in his favorite class, geometry, 
Mr. O'Brien style . . . steak, 
records and cars also agree 
with this likable senior. Best 
of luck, Bob! 

Activities: Weather Club 2; Bas- 
ketball 2; Talent Show 2. 



PATRICIA HOFFMAN 

136 Temple Road 

College II 

"Her eyes are sapphires set in 

snow." 

Our principal Mr. Gallagher 

and the students at WHS. are 

first on "Pat's" long list of 

likes. Drawing and C.Y.O. 

meetings with friends. Sandy, 

Susan, and Joan, are a close 

second. This active miss hopes 

to attend college and major in 

art after graduating from 

WHS. 

Activities: Mirror Art Staff 

Nurses' Staff 4; Football Pep 

Squad s; Hockey Pep Squad J. 




ROBERTA HOFFSES 

28 Dix Street 

College II 

"How happily she lives, how 

well beloved." 

"Bobbie" will make a great 

airline stewardess; after all, 

she's had plenty of practice 

traveling, riding on buses to 

the football games with Debby 

and Sally. Bobbie is the type 

of person who always has a 

good time, especially when 

everybody smiles along with 

her. 

Activities: 210 Staff 4; Pep Squad 

2, J, 4; Talent Show }, 4; Senior 

Play Committee i; Graduation 

Usher J. 



MARTHA HOLMES 
52 Vernon Street 
Business 

"Her figure, tall and straight 
and lithe." 

Martha, whose favorite foods 
are steak and pizza, enjoys go- 
ing to Waitham High football 
games with Rita, Bill, and 
Judi. This happy lass is look- 
ing forward to a business c.i 
reer. We know she'll be suc- 
cessful. 

lies: Guidance Stall i. Pep 
I 

i lent Show v I; Badminton 



SANDRA HORNE 
61 Grant Street 
Business 

"People hat e more fun than 

'.-('." 
This blond miss likes studies 
and the great kids .it W.H.S 
. . . can dame and talk on 
the phone for hours with ( arol 
and Arlene . . . plans include 
a career as a beautician .ititr 
graduating from \\ ilfred 
Academy 

P S |uad i. (oris' 

Sport , 



LINDA LEE HOW I 1 Y 
5 Bancroft Street 
College 11 

• forlori: 
can't g< 
Pretty Linda Lee is well-liked 

at WHS . . . faithfully at- 
tends C.Y.O. meetings, where 
she presides as \kc president 
. . . enjoys reading and bak- 
ing with Maureen and Billie 
. . . feels "|ust great' about 
the friendly attitude of W.H.S 
Students and (.unity 1 
is eagerly looking forward to 
King "capped" as a registered 

nurse 

I Itin Club 2. Red I 
Rcprcscntatnc t Rcpre- 



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This hill, which is 480 feet high, provides an excellent 
view of the countryside, especially from the tower. 




LINDA HOYT 
165 Temple Road 
Business 

"To know her is to love her." 
Blond "Lin" is one of the 
most popular girls at W.H.S. 
. . . hazel eyes light up at the 
thought of Italian food. Don- 
na and Kathy agree that she 
favors sorority and talking on 
the phone . . . plans on at- 
tending business school in the 
near future. Good luck, Linda ! 
Activities: Talent Show 3, 4; 
Junior Prom Committee 3; Senior 
Play Committee 4; Band 2, 3; 
Homeroom Representative 2. 



BILLIE HUNTER 
103 Lunda Street 
College II 

"What sweet delight her 
pleasantness affords." 
Brown-eyed Billie, who came 
to W.H.S. from the Lexing- 
ton Street Junior High, loves 
chemistry classes and enjoys 
eating Chinese food with 
Dianna and Linda. Billie takes 
an active part in her church 
fellowship and plans to be just 
as active in college next year. 
Activities: F.T.A. 3, 4; Talent 
Show 3; Hockey Pep Squad 2. 3; 
Girls' Sports 2, 3; French Club 4. 




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ROBERT IANNUZZO 
376 Newton Street 
Vocational 

"I don't study but I auto." 
Bob likes theory classes best 
at Vocational High. His 
friends, John, Pete, and Dick, 
can usually find him in the 
shop fixing automobiles. Bob's 
future plans are as yet un- 
decided, but we know he'll be 
successful in whatever he does. 



DAVID JACKSON 
520 Waverly Oaks Road 
Honors 

"If he didn't have that twinkle 
in his eye, you'd call him 
bashful." 

Versatile Dave can usually be 
found practicing with the 
team . . . clocks a fast time 
when running to get subs . . . 
loves to sing with Bob and 
Joe at German Club meetings. 
Good luck to a future doctor! 
Activities: Cross Country 3, 4; 
Varsity Track 2, 3, 4; Chem Lab 
Assistant 3; Language Lab Staff 
4; German Club 2, 3, 4. 



DIANA JACKSON 

44 Everett Street 
College II 

"The peace of evening in your 
quiet ways." 

Anticipating a career in teach- 
ing, Diana is sure to be a 
success at B.U. She can often 
be seen with Billie and Cherie 
cheering the Crimson to vic- 
tory. Stay as sweet as you 
are, Diana. 

Activities: Library Council 3. 4; 
Latin Club 2, 3; Dramatics Club 
2, 4; Pep Squad 2, 3, 4; Future 
Teachers of America 4. 



RONALD JASSET 
20 Keach Street 
Vocational 

Quiet and conscientious, sure 
to succeed. 

"Ronnie," a member of "Les 
Debonnaires," likes his science 
courses best. This North Jun- 
ior High graduate likes to 
work with model airplanes in 
his spare time. "Ronnie" plans 
to go into industry and the 
field of electronics after grad- 
uating from W.H.S. Good 
luck, Ron. 



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JOHN JOHNSTON 

223 Ash Street 
College II 

"Let me live and let me 
laugh." 

"J.CJ." comes to W.H.S. 
from Lincoln. Tommy and 
Jimmy are the usual com- 
panions of this well-dressed 
fellow. Drawing and sculp- 
turing are his major interests. 
Craig plans to study commer- 
cial art at the Massachusetts 
College of Art. 
Activities: Senior Play Art Staff 
4; Talent Show Art Staff 4; 
Mirror Advertising Staff 4; Talent 
Show 4. 



DAVID JONES 
40 Rose Hill Way 
College 11 

"Wise men say nothing in 
dangerous times." 
As a member of the Bel Aires 
"Dave" really swings in Mrs. 
Case's physics class with 
friends, Bob and Steve. Pizza 
rates high with this drum 
playing senior, who plans to 
attend college after gradua- 
tion. Good luck, Dave. 

Activities: Talent Show 3, 4; High 
School Band 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 
2, 3, 4. 




PROSPECT HILL 
CAMP X 

Prospect Hill Park, with its camp sites and ski tow. is one of the 
most beautiful natural spots in Waltham. 




PATRICIA JONES 
210 Ash Street 
College II 

"She has a heart with room 
for every joy." 

When the Rockettes line up on 
stage in 1965, Pat hopes to 
be right up there kicking out 
the rhythm with the famous 
Radio City dancing group. In 
1962 she beats out the rhythm 
for student dJlncers at the 
Boys' Club. After a hard day 
it certainly is a relief to kick 
off her shoes and listen to 
some of her jazz records. Good 
luck to a Perkins-Klein fan. 



EILEEN JOYCE 

7 Craft Street 

College II 

"Sing on, sweet singer, thy 

glad tune." 

Popular "E.J." is one of the 

busiest girls at W.H.S. . . . 

runs fastest when headed for 

Mr. B.'s French classes . . . 

friends, Max and Sue, tell how 

much she enjoys Glee Club 

... all the best, Eileen. 

itits: Talent Show Committee 
i. Senioi Play Committee 4; 210 
Stafl i. 



DANA KATZ 
96 Greer Street 
// nors 

"l/hri's .i laughing devil in 
/nr eyes." 

Pretty, brown-eyed Dana greets 
everyone with a smile. A 
lively discussion on any topic 
interests tins hocjcey enthusi- 
ast, .is does going to Cest Si 

Hon with Snellen. She likes 

Mr. Morang's chemistry classes 
.it WHS but plans to major 
in English .it college. Dana's 
ambition is to ,o> to Paris. 

\ ! S Semi-finaliM ); 
Newspapi J, i. I 

I; mm ' Homeroom Representa- 
tive 2, \\ Senior P i nittcc 



HEI.l \ Kl 1 1 I 
9 Hardy Pond Ro.id 
College II 

"An overflow of kindness." 
Hailing from Lexington Street 
Junior High. Helen enjoys his- 
tory and FT A. with Miss 
Tahaney. Arlene and Joyce 
agree that talented Helen will 
accomplish many wondei 
her future- work with the men- 
tally retarded We all wish 
her the- best of luik 

Future Teachen 
Amcr Fiend) Club 4; 

! I. hulminton J. 



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MARGARET KELLY 
151 Virginia Road 
Business 

"Silence more musical than 
any song." 

Friendly Peggy likes to bowl 
with Rita and Linda . . . en- 
joys her studies in S-103 . . . 
is an active member of "Les 
Debonnaires." Peggy antici- 
pates a high-flying future as 
an airline hostess. 
Activities: Pep Squad 3, 4. 



KENNETH KEOHANE 
38 Upland Road 
Business 

"This man with a way of his 
own." 

Easy-going "Ken" says he likes 
just about everything at 
W.H.S., especially typing 
classes with Miss Tahaney 
. . . spends his off-hours bowl- 
ing with Joe and Mike. 
Brown-eyed Ken is a member 
of St. Mary's Holy Name 
Society. After graduation he'll 
take to the skies with a term 
in the Air Force. 




In 1961 
landmark 



Aft** I h. 

fire destroyed Nuttings 
Many famous bands were 




GROVER KINSMAN 
14 Shadespeare Road 
Vocational 

"A good sport both on and off 
the playing field." 
"Kinsy" enjoys sundaes with 
friends, Woody, Buddy, and 
Tommy. This energetic ex- 
North Juniorite is fascinated 
by electric trains. A Navy ca- 
reer is planned for after grad- 
uation, and then it's the life 
of a draftsman for "Kinsy." 
All the best! 

Activities: National Honor Society 
3. 4, Vice-President 4; Football 
Team 2, 3, 4; Track Team 2, 3, 
4; Vocational Views 4; Mirror 
Staff 4; Crimson Key 4. 



JAMES KIRLEY 
26 Riverside Drive 
Business 

"Curfew must not ring to- 
night!' 

Burdett College beckons this 
friendly North Junior High 
alumnus. "Curley" enjoys sub- 
marine sandwiches and water 
skiing with Bill and Steve. 
This brown-eyed youth likes 
almost everything at W.H.S., 
especially Miss Tahaney's 
homeroom. Good luck in the 
future! 
Activities: Cafeteria Squad 2. 



RICHARD KIRLEY 
26 Riverside Drive 
Technical 

"Work well done is its own 
reward." 

Good natured Dick is a hi- 
fi enthusiast, who came to 
W.H.S. from N.J.H. Mrs. 
Case's study classes are the 
high spots of his days. Two 
certain Toms enjoy sharing hot 
dogs with their friend Dick, 
who is active in the Boys' 
Club. He plans to attend col- 
lege after graduation. 
Activities: German Club 2; Science 
Seminar 3. 4; Rifle Club 2; 
Weather Club 4; Student Council 
Alternate 2. 



STEPHEN KNIPPEL 
37 Nagoghill Road 
Vocational 

"A cheerful young man who ' s 
bound to make good." 
Friendly Steven, known to his 
friends as "Steve," attended 
schools in Acton and Concord 
before coming to Waltham 
. . . enjoys the fellowship at 
Vocational High . . . can of- 
ten be seen with Jimmy. Steve 
is making plans for a future 
as a welder. 



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F>- 



vc 



)n the Charles, a unique Waltham 
lumbered among its attractions. 




SANDRA LAFORT 
79 Marlborough Road 
Business 

"Those eyes darker than the 
darkest pansies." 
Brown-eyed "Sandy" likes the 
good business course best at 
W.H.S. . . . friends, Judie 
and Jeanne, can usually find 
her at the T.F.C. Club meet- 
ings or bowling. Sandy hopes 
to be a secretary after gradua- 
tion. 

Activities: National Honor Society 
3, 4; Homeroom Representative 3; 
Red Cross Representative 3; 
Mirror Subscription Staff 3; Prom 
Committee 3. 



JOSEPH LAN DO 
26 Barbara Road 
College I 

"No one knows what he can 
do until he tries." 
Likable "Joe" is a transfer 
from St. Mary's High . . . 
indulges in his favorite hobby, 
working on cars, with buddies, 
Dick and Ron. Joe reports 
that W.H.S. girls are "in" 
(take a bow, girls). After 
graduation it's off to college 
for this friendly senior. 
Activities: Audio-Visual Staff 4; 
Baseball 4. 




THOMAS LANDRIGAN 
24 Porter Road 
Technical 

"A man is best revealed by his 
manner." 

Heading for an engineering 
career at Northeastern Univer- 
sity . . . Tom pauses occa- 
sionally to eat fried clams and 
steak with Fitz and Ron . . . 
enjoys trigonometry classes. 
We wish this enthusiastic lad 
a smooth-sailing future! 



DONALD LANDRY 
51 Summit Street 
College II 

"A busy man is ever happy." 
"Legs" previously attended St. 
Mary's . . . often seen at foot- 
ball games with friends, Bob 
and Tom . . . enjoys eating 
pizza, playing the organ, and 
working on cars . . . plans 
to be a professional organist. 
Good luck in the future. 



PATRICIA LARGEY 
7B Dermody Road 
Business 

"For I am young and filled 
tdth happiness." 
Blue-eyed "Pat" came to 
W U.S. from Lexington Street 
Junior High. She looks for- 
ward to lunch periods with 
I- 1 lie. Anne, and Man Anne 
Roller skating and bowling 
take up much 
time, 
frcd 
beautician. 



of her spare 

Pat plans to attend Wil- 
Academy to become a 



DENNIS LARSON 
J40 Florence Road 
College II 

! *..'.' :g of the best 

in mot." 

Find a football field and there 
you'll find "Denny" with 
friends. "Dave" and "Ron." 
fighting to the end for good 
old W H S Green-eyed I 
try" thinks biology at W.H.S 

is "the most.' Fried iliiekm 
rates high on this senior's 
list of favorites After gradua- 
tion it's off to college for 
"Denny." 

;i' Maroon Squad 3. i. 

ill v I. Basketball V 



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Built in 1887, the Bright Grammar School serves students 
of the Bleachery area. 



ROBERT LAVASH 
283 West Central Street 
Natick 
Vocational 

"I have always preferred 
cheerfulness to mirth." 
Friendly "Bob" enjoys work- 
ing on car models with Phil 
and Joe . . . likes his various 
jobs in Auto Body at Voca- 
tional High . . . plans to go 
into the service and then work 
in an auto shop. Good luck, 
Bob. 



RODNEY LAWRENCE 

16 Fairmont Avenue 
College II 

"A quiet boy you think you 
see, but oh, how noisy he can 
be." 

Friendly "Rod" hails from 
N.J.H. . . . really rates sports 
and study periods . . . basket- 
ball and football enthusiast 
... is very happy when tink- 
ering with cars . . . future 
includes studying forestry at 
the University of Massachu- 
setts. Lots of luck, Rod ! 
Activities: Track Team 2; Rifle 
Team 3. 




JEAN LAWSON 
193 Robbins Street 
College II 

"With mischief beaming in 
her eyes." 

"Jeansie" comes to W.H.S. 
from South Junior . . . enjoys 
Red Cross work and oriental 
food with Janet and Judy. This 
B.U. School of Nursing hope- 
ful enjoys German class with 
Mr. Benedict. Good luck, fu- 
ture R.N.! 

Activities: Weather Club 4; Ger- 
man Club 4; Cafeteria 3; Maroon 
Squad 3; Chess Club 4. 



JOHN LEATE 
392 Lincoln Street 
Business 

"I'm fust as big for me, said 
he, as you are big for you!' 
Versatile "Stagger" likes to 
share a beef and potatoes din- 
ner with friends, John and 
Skip. The rest of this busy 
Boys' Club member's time is 
spent watching auto races and 
weight lifting. A career on the 
seas as a U. S. Navy man 
beckons this active senior in 
February. 
Activities: Cafeteria Squad 3. 



MARGARET LEATE 

392 Lincoln Street 

Business 

"So simple yet sweet are her 

charms." 

Democracy with Mr. Orman is 

tops with "Peggy." When not 

listening to the radio, she's 

bowling or roller skating with 

Charlene. A clerical career 

awaits in her future. 

Activities: Pep Squad 2; Cafeteria 

Squad 2. 



DAVID LE BLANC 
6 Chestnut Park 
College II 

"He is rich who is contented." 
"Dave," a happy senior, is 
always smiling. This former 
South Juniorite can be seen 
boating or fishing with Don 
and Mel. Good luck in the 
Army, Dave. 



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JEANNE LE BLANC 
49 Hamblin Road 
College II 

"The sweetest garland to the 
sweetest maid." 
Pretty Jeanne enjoys ice-skat- 
ing and fun with Betty and 
Ann. This friendly senior 
plans to attend junior college 
and become an airline stew- 
ardess. Happy landings! 




LINDA LE BLANC 

2 Elm Avenue 
Business 

"Actresses will happen in the 
best regulated families." 
Wanted: A secretary! Stop! 
That's Lyn's field. This ear- 
nest teen likes to listen to rec- 
ords . . . loves steak . . . 
enjoys her teachers ... in- 
tends to do secretarial work. 
Activities: Dramatics Club 2. 3, 
4; Senior Play 4; Talent Show 

2, 3, 4; Dramatics Club Play 2 

3, 4. 



s\ r\m high stmt 

St. Mary's High School on Lexington Street is one of 
the three parochial schools which serve Waltham. 





RICHARD LE BLANC 
1 1 Clark Street 
Vocational 

"He hies to laugh, he loves 
all fun, he's never quiet when 
school is done." 
"Dick" is a multi-sport en- 
thusiast. He has many friends 
. . . likes the school system 
. . . plans to enter the service 
on completion of his studies. 
We wish you the best of every- 
thing, Dick. 



THERESA LE BLANC 
56 Central Street 
College II 

"Calm and self-possessed." 
"Bonjour," says Theresa to 
friends, Jane and Doris. This 
former resident of Canada and 
student at Notre Dame d' 
Academie likes the system of 
changing rooms tor each Sub- 
ject best at W.H.S. Theresa 
spends afternoons bowling and 
eating pautinerape. "Bon 
chance" in t h e future, 
"Terry" ! 



JEANNE LE CLAIR 

44 Porter Road 

Business 

"Liughing and smiling, full 

of fun. Jem's smile is as 

warm .is the sun." 

Fun-filled Jeanne (..in usually 

be found with Sandy and Ellen. 

Next to her outside ink:ists, 

which include C.Y.O. .md 
skating, she likes school vaca- 
tions. Her future plans in- 
clude an education at a junior 

college, 

Subscription 

Staff -I; Homeroom Representative 
i. Talent Show j, i. Prom < 
mittcc V Mr. Husson'l Suit I 



ROBERT LE LIELVRE 
376 River Street 
// nors 
"Git ■ 

I'll put it to mt. 
Likable "Bob" likes German 
with Mr Clark and Mr Bene- 
dict best at W.H.S Fri 
Davey and Steve, <.an usually 
find bun enjoying music, bas- 
ketball, baseball/ or ( > \ 
meetings, This popular nmor 

hopes to attend Middlebury 

College and major m modern 
languages Frohliches dink. 

i < 

\ lalent 

v I. 



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BARBARA LEONARD 
58 Adams Street 
Business 

"Barbaras a girl second to 
none; Gaily chattering, ready 
for fun." 

"Barb" can usually be found 
eating fried clams or reading 
with Nancy and Sandy. While 
at Waltham High this peppy 
miss enjoys business law 
classes and gym periods . . . 
hopes to attend a business 
college following graduation. 
Lots of luck in your future 
plans, Barbara! 



NANCY LILLIOT 

42 Garden Circle 
Business 

"Jest and youthful jollity." 
Pretty Nancy seems to bubble 
over with enthusiasm, especial- 
ly when she thinks about plans 
for a business school educa- 
tion. Her dark curls bob as 
this lass nods "yes" to fun 
with Barbara and Rita. 
Activities: Guidance Staff 4; Pep 
Squad 2; Mirror Art Staff 4. 



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With the help of funds left for its construction by Francis 




NORMAN LINDSAY 
83 Rich Street 
Vocational 

Full of fun and ambitious, his 
friends are many and his foes 
are few. 

North Junior sent "Luther" 
to us. You will find him fre- 
quently eating pizza and roller- 
skating with Bill, Jack, and 
Dave. "Luther" hopes to en- 
ter the Navy next fall. Good 
luck, "Luther"! 

Activities: Minor Advertising Staff 



DAVID LITTLEFIELD 

16 Smart Street 
Technical 

"Speech is a mirror of the 
soul; As a man speaks, so is 
he." 

Brown-eyed "Dave," our 
popular hockey player, enjoys 
hockey, physics, and math at 
W.H.S. Besides his school 
activities Dave spends time as 
a DeMolay officer. He can be 
seen with his tech friends dis- 
cussing either airplanes or 
hockey. The sky's the limit 
for this aeronautical engineer- 
ing hopeful, who has his eyes 
set on either Brown or R.P.I. 
Activities: Hockey 2, 3, 4; 'Crim- 
son Key 4; Science Seminar 4; 
Math Club 4; German Club 4. 



GUENTER LOESER 
323 Florence Road 
Honors 

"Who relished a joke and 
laughed at a pun." 
Guenter is a popular student 
at W.H.S. After graduation 
he intends to enter the service 
. . . hopes to follow this with 
a college education . . . en- 
joys his language lab and the 
German Club. 

Activities: Student Council Alter- 
nate 4; German Club 2, 3, 4; 
Math Club 4; Mirror Art Staff 4. 



RONALD LOPEZ 
27 Bowker Road 
Business 

"The principal business in life 
is to enjoy it." 

This ex-North Juniorite's 
brown eyes light up at the 
sight of a new sports car or 
a pretty girl . . . can be found 
at C.Y.O. meeting with Russ 
and Moose. "Lopa" hopes to 
attend business school and en- 
ter the trucking business. Lots 
of luck, "Lopa." 
Activities: Class President 2; Foot- 
ball 2, 3, 4; Talent Show 4; 
Junior Prom Committee 3; Maroon 
Squad 4; Homeroom Representative 
3. 



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Buttrick, the Waltham Public Library was erected in 1914. 



THOMAS LUCAS 
16 Bither Avenue 
College 11 

"Whatever is worth doing is 
worth doing well." 
Friendly, "popular "Luke" en- 
joys trig and W.H.S.'s new 
rotating schedule. Friends, 
Pablo and Van. tell us that 
Tom has high hopes for col- 
lege and later a career as a 
metallurgical engineer. 
Activities: Crimson Key 4; Maroon 
Squad 4; Football Team 2, 3, 4; 
Track Team 2, 3. 4. 



ROBERT LUPO 
118 Edward Street 
Watertown 
Vocational 

"Why work when play is so 
much fun." 

"Bobby," a future serviceman, 
is one of the species known 
as "car bugs." He is also a 
typical steak lover . . . en- 
joys his friends . . . likes 
stock car racing. We wish you 
all the best, Bobby! 




RAYMOND 

MAC CAISLAND 
296 Weston Street 
Business 

"A good sport and a true 
friend." 

Wavy brown-haired "Buddy" 
comes to W.H.S. from North 
Junior. Riflery with Paul and 
Artie takes up much of his 
leisure time. After graduation 
this friendly lad will be aim- 
ing for a career in the Navy. 



JOANNE MAC CLARY 
68 Caughey Street 
College 11 

"As good be out of the world 
as out of fashion." 
Am»n(! Joanne's artistic doo- 
dlings arc the labels that read 
ted by Joanne M.uCl.irv" 
<>r A M.u( l.iry Original." foi 
Joanne has set iicr course for a 
career in fashion design. At 
WHS. she lends her personal 
touch to the Talent Show along 
with hef friends, Ginny and 
bie. When tins petite mademoi- 
selle is .i« ay from W.H.S . the 
keeps busy with Mirror art stafl 

work. Onlv the best of Imk 
Waits .it the end ot this Rainbow 
girl's rainbow. 

Hits: Representative to W'al 
tham Woman's Club I; Homeroom 
Representative 2, 3. •!; Talent 
Show 2, J, I; Mirror Art 
3, f; Junior Prom Committee 3. 



ALLAN' MAC DONALD 
227 Lexington Street 
Watertown 
Vocational 

"Strong is the man who knows 
his own mind." 
This active lad can be sun 
spinning around on his motor- 
cycle with Wally. Bob, ot 
"Lupo." Fellowship was his 
favorite activity at Vocational 
High. "Mac" certainly hopes 
they serve fried dams when 
he joins the service. 



LAWRENCE 

MAC DONALD 
01 Hawthorne Road 
College 11 

"Mt •■- ' U " uords are the 
best men." 

"Off we o>. into the wild, 
blue yonder! This is the 
song that "Larry" sings as 
he thinks of a future in the 
Air Force after college grad- 
uation Blue-eyed Earn, is 
tive in C.Y.A. activities and 
always finds time for fun with 
Tom and Charlie. Best of 
luck, Larry! 
Actirititi Audio-Visual Stat t ;, 



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'{•I'lHY 



The Whittemore School, the largest grammar school in the city, 
was built in 1927. 





SARAH MADDEN 
382 Crescent Street 
Honors 

"Vim, vigor, vitality, pep, 
poise, and personality." 
Dynamic "Sally" follows many 
different pursuits in and a- 
round WHS. . . . somehow 
finds time to fit painting, 
piano-playing, and ice skating 
into her busy schedule . . . 
with Rose and Sue she enjoys 
the free atmosphere at school 
... is sure to find success at 
Jackson, where she will seek 
a good liberal arts training. 
Activities: Cheerleader 3, 4, Co- 
captain 4; Latin Club 2, 3, 4; 
German Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary 
3; Newspaper Editor 2, 3, 4; 
Mirror Literary Staff 4. 

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ROBERT MAC FARLANE 
33 Wildwood Lane 
Honors 

"Ride on over all obstacles 
and win that race." 
This honors student, known 
as "Bob" to his many friends, 
hopes to major in mathematics 
at Bates College after gradua- 
tion. Active Bob, president of 
his church fellowship and a 
member of DeMolay, also 
finds time for stamp collecting 
and piano playing. At the top 
of his list of favorites are his 
math classes and track meets. 
Activities: Latin Club 2, 3; Stu- 
dent Council 4; Varsity Cross- 
country Team 4; Varsity Track 
Team 3, 4. 



NORMAN MAC LEAN 
81 Parmenter Road 
Vocational 

"A companion who is cheer] ul 
is worth gold." 

Wherever there is an exciting 
stock car race you'll see "Mac," 
a member of the U.S.N.C. and 
a diligent member of the 
welding dept. Dick, Joe and 
Ronnie tell us that their 
friend is off to join the service 
after doffing his cap and gown. 




DAVID MAGNER 
28 Arbor Lane 
College 1 

"It is in men as in soils, where 
sometimes there is a vein of 
gold which the owner knows 
not of." 

"Big Dave," a rugged out- 
doorsman, is happy racing an 
outboard or playing hockey un- 
der the Waltham colors. After 
college Dave won't slow down 
any; his ambition is to be a 
pilot. Happy landings! 
Actitiles: Maroon Squad 4, 
Hockey 2, 3, 4; Baseball 3, 4. 



THOMAS MAGLTRE 
29 Underwood Park 
Vocational 

"I will find my own way or 
make one." 

Tim comes to W.H.S. from 
Saint Charles. Eating ham- 
burgers and camping with 
friends, Howie, Mike and Art, 
rate tops with Tim. After 
furthering his education, Tom 
will become a draftsman. All 
the best, Tom. 
Activities: Crimson Key 3, 4; Vo- 
cational Views 3, 4. 



NANCY MAHER 
32 Tomlin Street 
College II 

"Though her freckles bring her 
fame, She's known to most of 
us a Flame." 

A flash of pretty red hair in- 
dicates that Nancy has arrived 
on the scene, probably for a 
fast game of basketball. When 
not at sports or playing the 
trombone, this pert young miss 
can usually be found in the 
company of Ros and Judi at 
choir rehearsal or at a meet- 
ing of the Rainbow Girls. 
Nancy is headed for Bridge- 
water State College after grad- 
uation. 

Activities: Senior Band 2, 3, 4; 
Softball 3; Basketball 2. 




JOHN MAHER 
892 Lexington Street 
Business 

"Teach me half the gladness 
that thy heart must know." 
John is the loss of Saint Pat- 
rick's in Watertown and the 
gain of W.H.S. . . . equally 
happy dancing, skating, bowl- 
ing, or swimming . . . enjoys 
the company of Nino and 
Benny . . . Friday"s activity 
period is the highlight of his 
week . . . studying accounting 
at B.C. is in the near future. 



ROBERT MAHER 
60 Gilbert Street 
College II 

"Saying little, thinking much." 
Fishing is the pastime of this 
hilarious senior. Mrs. Mc- 
Neese's Latin classes make 
happy memories for Bob. After 
graduation he plans to become 
a service mechanic. Best of 
luck, Bob! 




The Plympton School, first built in 1883, was added to in 1917, 
1932, and 1961. 




LOIS MAHONEY 

(>Ci Beaver Street 
Business 

"The blush is beautiful, but 
it is sometimes inconvenient." 
Pretty blond, blue-eyed "Lu' 
cheers happily for our football, 
basketball, and hockey teams. 
Parties and swimming with her 
best friend Rita also rate a 
loud cheer from this peppy 
senior. Spare moments in Lu's 
busy life are spent bowling 
and at C.Y.O. meetings. 

Activities: Dramatics Club I; Tal 
ent Show }, 4; Pep Squail 2. 
3, 4; Cafeteria Squad A; Guidance 
Staff i. 



GORDON MAIN 
95 Villa Street 
College I! 

"Brevity is the soul of wit." 
Blue-eyed "Flash" enjoys 
democracy classes at Waltham 
High. Boys' Club and stt.ik 
rate high with this senior who 
can be seen in the corridors 
with his best friend Steve, 
Gordon hopes to attend col- 
lege 
Activitits: German Club 3. 




JUDITH MALLOY 

257 Ash Street 

Business 

"Each day her kindness I 

to gr 

"Judy is a spirited girl who 

plans a career .is .in executive 

secretary . . . has many friends 

. . . enjoys swimming . 

would like to go to California 

someday. All the best in the 

future, Judy. 

tits: Talent Show J, I, Pep 
Squad 2, 3. i Business 

Staff v i Girls' Sports ) 




II I MALLOY 
Trapelo Road 

Bu<:> 

"Her hair borrows gold from 

Blond, blue-eyed I'te munches 
on candy with friends, 

Nancy, and Deanna. while 
dreaming about her wardrobe 
This future airline h<«lc« 

also keeps active roller skat- 
ing I'te likes her Study in 

• best Bt W H S 
Aeliriliti I'cp Squad ■ ■ H.<me 
rood) Rcprcscnt.iti\c -. Rc^ ' 
Representative 2 1 Talent 



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ROSARIO MALONE 
90 Ellison Park 
Business 

"He's nice looking; he's wil- 
ly — An all-around good fel- 
low." 

North Junior is the alma mater 
of this brown-eyed, active 
senior. "Russ," as he is called 
by his many friends, loves to 
"laugh it up" with everyone, 
especially "Lopa." When not 
busy with school activities, he 
finds time to participate in 
C.Y.O. Mrs. Carney's democ- 
racy classes hit the spot with 
friendly "Russ." 
Activities: Homeroom Representa- 
tive 3; Junior Prom Committee 
3; Mirror Business Staff 4; Ma- 
roon Squad 4; Red Cross Repre- 
sentative 2. 



PATRICIA MANCUSO 
1 1 1/2 Felton Street 
College II 

"By the twinkle in her eye." 
Sewing with Anne and Leslie 
keeps "Pat" busy when she 
isn't doing her English home- 
work. Eating Chinese food 
with Jeannette rates high on 
this former North Juniorite's 
list of favorites. The future 
will find "Pat" working as an 
industrious secretary. Good 
luck, "Pat." 

Activities: Homeroom Representa- 
tive 2; Red Cross Representative 
2; Cafeteria Squad 4. 




The Temple Beth Israel was constructed in 1917. The 




JOHN MANCUSO 
104 Hillcrest Road 
Vocational 

"Worry never accomplished 
anything for me." 
"Johnny" enjoys his printing 
shop work and has fun with 
Ernie, Brian, and Brian. This 
sportsminded lad is a Boys' 
Club member whose future in- 
cludes a career in printing. 



THOMAS MANCUSO 

151 Warren Street 
Vocational 

"Back of the workshop's clam- 
or, the seeker may find the 
thought." 

Sociable "Tom" is an eager 
beaver when it comes to rais- 
ing his bowling average . . . 
keeps in shape by eating pizza 
and steak with "Dusty" and 
John . . . spends many hours 
with his active C.Y.O. Tom is 
sure to leave his mark in a 
printing career. 

Activities: Junior Prom Committee 
3. 



ANNE MANDILE 
19 Chester Avenue 

Business 

"I find thai nonsense at times 
is singularly refreshing." 
Ellie, Judy, Cheryl, and Terry 
know they'll find Anne 
wherever there are records and 
fun. Lunch time at W.H.S. 
rates a loud cheer from this 
former South Junior High stu- 
dent. "Annabelle" plans to be- 
come a hairdresser after grad- 
uation. 

Activities: Pep Squad 4; Guidance 
Staff 4; Talent Show 4; Maroon 
Squad 4. 



DIANNE MANGIE 
16 Liberty Street 
College I 

"Always true and faithful as 
can be." 

Dianne came to W.H.S. from 
South Junior . . . C.Y.O. and 
swimming take up this nursing 
school hopeful's time. She can 
usually be found walking . to 
and from French class with 
Linda and Janet. Good luck 
to a future R.N. 
Activities: Nurse's Staff 4; News- 
paper Column 4; Debating Club 
4; Latin Club 2; Red Cross Rep- 
resentative 2, 3. 



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Community Center was completed by 1952. 



MARGARET MANZON 
13 Marion Street 
Honors 

"Hail to thee, blithe spirit." 
Smiling, blue-eyed Margaret 
always gets her studying done. 
She'll be a sure hit at Em- 
manuel College. A Chinese 
fortune cookie (Margaret's fa- 
vorite kind) tells us that her 
teaching career will bring her 

much happiness. 
Activities: Latin Club 2; Library 
Council 3; Future Teachers of 
America 3; Prom Committee 4. 



FRED MARA 
564 Main Street 
Vocational 

"Of free and open nature." 
This former North Juniorite 
enjoys eating steak with Richie, 
"Lou," and Joe. Upon grad- 
uating "Eagle," as he is called 
by his buddies, plans to enlist 
in some branch of the armed 
service. Best of luck to you, 
Fred. 




ANN MARINELLI 
20 Sartell Road 
Business 

"How softly she speaks; how 
gently she smiles." 
"Annie" can often be seen en- 
joying her math or gym classes 
with Nancy and Deanna. She 
also likes to listen to records. 
Next fall Anne will begin her 
studies in nursing. Good luck, 
"Annie"! 



DANIEL MARQUS 
11 Oak Street 
Vocational 

"There's mischief in this 
man." 

Witty "Danny" likes summer- 
time and the chance to go 
swimming, usually with Bill, 
Jim, Fran, and Art. This ac- 
tive senior plays many im- 
promptu football, baseball, 
basketball, and hotkey games 
... is looking forward to 
becoming a store manager. 



RICHARD MARSHALL 
56 Alder Street 
Vocational 

"Good nature and good sense 
must ever join." 
"Dickie," a member of the 
Maynard Rod and Gun Club, 
has set his sights upon becom- 
ing a m.isttr mechanic. A 
combination of Norm. Bob, 
and hot rods hit the bulls 
eye with this eneigetic senior. 
Good luck in the future, 
Dickie! 



CARL MARTENSON 
35 Edgell Drive- 
Framingbam 

Vocational 

"I would help others, out of 

fellow-feeling." 

Lee hails from Framingham 

High . . . enjoys carpentry 

and swimming . . . can be 

found bowling with Paul and 

Rod . . . future includes work 

.is a contractor. 



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Saint Joseph's Church (sometimes known as the French Church) 
is the most modern ecclesiastical edifice in the city. 




ANDREW MARTOCCHIA 
15 Fayette Street 
Vocational 

"I agree with no man's 
opinions, 1 have some of my 
own." 

"Andy" comes to Vocational 
High each day from Water- 
town especially for his trig 
classes . . . likes to read and 
ride horseback with Bobby, 
Paul, and Leo . . . leaves the 
drafting department to head 
for college. Good luck, Andy ! 



ARTHUR McAVOY 
2 Tolman Street 
Vocational 

"To him that will, ways are 
not wanting." 

Mechanically-minded "Mac" is 
a graduate of South Junior 
. . . makes automobiles his 
hobby . . . enjoys hamburgers 
and frappes with Mooch and 
Don. After graduation "Mac" 
will set sail for a term in the 
Navy. Happy sailing, Mac! 




SALLY McCULLOUGH 
34 Wheelock Road 
College II 

"Bright is she and full of 
fun." 

Popular "Mucka," co-captain 
of our football cheerleaders, 
enjoys a good spaghetti meal 
after an exciting game. U. S. 
history and Mr. Meader's 
classes score high with this 
vivacious Rainbow girl. Among 
her many friends are Nancy 
and Bobbie, who plan to watch 
energetic Sally cheering next 
year at Bridgewater State Col- 
lege. All our best wishes to 
an outstanding girl ! 
Activities: Cheerleader 3, 4, Co- 
captain 4; 210 Staff 4; Future 
Teachers of America 4;. Library 
Council 3, 4. 

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alan McCarthy 

156 Weston Street 
College I 

"With my skates I will make 
chips fly." 

Al, a hockey enthusiast, is a 
quiet, serious student who 
likes steak, frappes, and hi-fi 
tunes . . . enjoys Mr. O'Brien's 
geometry classes . . . plans to 
study business administration 
in college. Have a happy fu- 
ture, Al! 

Activities: Hockey 2. 3, 4; Base- 
ball 2; Homeroom Representative 
3. 



KATHLEEN McDERMOTT 

18 Prentice Street 
College II 

"To those who know her, she 
is the greatest of friends." 
"Sugar 'n spice and everything 
nice" describes perky little 
Kathy . . . can be found rav- 
ing about her senior homeroom 
to Linda and Sue. Sorority 
members know that she dreams 
about donning the nurse's cap 
after graduation. 
Activities: Talent Show 3, 4; 
Junior Prom Committee 3; Senior 
Play 4; Homeroom Representative 
4. 



john Mcdonald 

3-C Prospect Hill Lane 
Honors 

"There is a fifth dimension 
beyond that which is known 
to man. This is the dimension 
of imagination." 
Constant ingenuity and genius, 
quick and timely wit are only 
a few of the endless assets of 
this unforgettable senior. "Pa- 
galomer," as Jerry and Da 
often call riim, certainly has 
the brightest of futures ahead. 
John hopes to begin a writing 
career in television and mo- 
tion pictures after college. 
Good luck, "Pagalomer" ! 
Activities: National Honor Society 
3, 4; Talent Show 3, 4; Mirror 
Literary Staff 3, 4; Senior Play 
4; Newspaper Staff 3, 4, Editor 
in Chief 4; Latin Club 2, 3, 4. 





KATHLEEN McDONNELL 
167 Grove Street 
Business 

"Eyes colored like a water- 
flower; And deeper than the 
green sea's grass." 
Green-eyed Kathy finds de- 
mocracy classes and lunch 
time most interesting at 
W.H.S. Outside of school, 
however, June and Irene tell 
us that her favorites include 
dancing and steak. In the fu- 
ture this pretty senior looks 
to a career in business. 
Activities: Red Cross Representa- 
tive 4. 



MAUREEN McIVOR 

138 Bright Street 

Business 

"To have friendship, you must 

show friendship." 

Blue-eyed Maureen came to 

W.H.S. from South Junior 

. . . favors onion rings and 

Chinese food . . . will long 

remember pajama parties with 

Joanne and Jackie . . . aims 

for Boston School of Dental 

Nursing next year. All the 

best, Maureen. 

Activities: Dramatics Club 2, 3; 

Talent Show 3; Library Council 4; 

Mirror Subscription Staff 4; Junior 

Prom Committee 3. 




The Covenant Congregational Church now occupies the structure 
erected by the Swedenborgian Church in 1860. 




janet Mclaughlin 

18 Hager Lane 
College II 

"The days that make us happy 
make us wise." 

Janet's green eyes sparkle with 
delight as she thinks about 
Mr. Benedict's German class, 
classical music, or reading. 
This dark-haired miss is most 
often seen with fellow thinker 
Jean. Her future goal is to 
attend B.l'. and then become a 
college professor. Janet spends 
her free moments working .is 
a volunteer for the Red Cross. 
Act if it its: Weather Club 4; Home- 
room Representative 2; Audio- 
visual Staff 3. 



JOSEPH McMENIMEN 
95 Bowdoin Avenue 
College I 

"Never a dull moment." 
This talented member of the 
1961 Senior Play cast came 
to W.H.S. from Lexington 
Street Junior High. Blue-eyed 
"J. P." is happy when attend- 
ing football games with Tom 
and Ray or when officiating 
at meetings of the Newton 
Deanery C.Y.O. A college- 
bound senior, Joe aspires to 
become either a politician or 
an attorney 

Activities: Senior Play 4; French 
Club 4; Talent Show i. 4; Dc- 
biting Club 4; Mirror Sports Staff 



JOHN McQUIGGAN 
17 Liberty Street 
Business 

"Humor prtvails." 
Blue-eyed "Twity" goes for 
pizza and dams in a bit; way. 
His favorite- pastime is swim- 
ming at the Boys' Club with 
friends. Renne^' and John 
John's plans for the future 
inc. hide' a career in the- Navy. 
Good luck, John ! 

1 itfa ill i. < rctcria 
Squ.u! 2. >; Student Council 2; 
Red Cross Representative 2; Audio- 
V .1 Staff y 



MARIELLA MELLA 
82 Marianne Road 
Honors 

"It's nice to be n.ttur.d . 
| .. • •■.iturall) nic. 
Our \ P S exchange- student, 
likable- Manella. hails from 
Milan, Italy. Her friends, 
Jane- and Sally, say that she 
- music and ice- cream. 
German classes keep her busv 

in schexM. Having already 

Studied live- languages Manel- 
la hopes to become an inter- 
preter in the- future. 
Actitilits: German Club 4, Talent 
Show I. Homer.',. m Rcprcsentatne 
4; Pep Squad ■). Newspaper 



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JOANNE MELVIN 
26 Lyman Terrace 
College II 

"To know her well is to like 
her better!' 

Blond "Jo" is Billerica Mem- 
orial High's loss and our gain. 
Listening to music and eating 
Chinese food is a favorite 
pastime. While attending 
nursing school, Joanne will 
fondly remember her senior 

homeroom at W.H.S. 
Activities: French Club 4; Talent 
Show 4; Junior Prom Committee 
3; Maroon Squad 4; Senior Prom 
Committee 4. 



RICHARD MESERVE 
109 Worcester Lane 
Honors 

"Quite a guy we must confess, 
In future years he'll be a suc- 
cess." 

"Mr. Everything" might well 
describe W.H.S.'s popular ex- 
change student to Austria and 
National Merit Commendation 
winner. Dick is equally at 
home with a hi-fi set, at a 
track meet, and in a science 
research lab. John and Gus 
join us in wishing Dick the 

best of luck in the future. 
Activities: National Honor Society 

3, 4, Vice-President 4; Math Club 

4, First Team 4; Basketball 2, 3, 
4; Cross Country 3, 4; Crimson 
Key 3, 4. 




Opening its doors in 1892, Waltham Hospital and its able 




RITA METHOT 
27 Mt. Pleasant Street 
Business 

"Silence is a great peace- 
maker." 

As a member of Les Debon- 
naries "Reat" is superb. When 
bowling or eating steak with 
friends, Peggy and Nancy, 
"Reat" is always smiling. This 
miss will make a good airline 
receptionist. Good luck, 
"Reat!" 

Activities: Pep Squad 3, 4; Talent 
Show 4. 



JOANNE MIKULA 

18 Calvary Street 
Business 

"Quiet but missed if not pres- 
ent." 

Drawing rates high with 
brown-eyed "Jo." This friend- 
ly senior, a future secretary, 
especially likes the strong 
school spirit displayed by 
W.H.S. students. Best of luck, 
Joanne. 



RICHARD MILLIGAN 
67 Ash Street 
College 11 

"A quiet fellow and a friend 
of all." 

As the starting gun goes off, 
"Dick" is sure to be one of 
the runners toeing the mark 
and ready to go for W.H.S. 
This college-bound senior en- 
joys bowling and dancing, too 
(after track meets of course). 
At any rate, we agree with 
Frank and Bob that Dick al- 
ready has a head start on a 
successful and happy future. 
Activities: Track Team 2, 3, 4; 
Cross Country 3. 



JOHN MILMORE 
54 Bright Street 
College 1 

"The best of healers is good 
cheer." 

This ex-North Juniorite re- 
members best his trig classes. 
John spends much time with 
Jim, Bill, and Dick. The 
Boys' Club and C.Y.O. also 
manage to fit into his busy 
schedule. After graduation 
brown-eyed John hopes to at- 
tend the University of Mass- 
achusetts. 

Activities: Crimson Key 2, 3, 4; 
Latin Club 2; Weather Club 4. 



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and devoted personnel have served our city well. 




GEORGE MITCHELL 
880 Moody Street 
College II 

"His acts are modest; his 
words discreet." 
Blue-eyed George is very ac- 
tive in community activities in- 
cluding DeMolay, the Beth 
Eden choir and B.Y.E. . . . 
enjoys bowling with Dick and 
John . . . likes gym periods 
best at W.H.S. . . . hopes to 
become a certified public ac- 
countant soon after graduation. 
Activities: Red Cross Representa- 
tive 3. 



BEVERLEY MOLDOFI" 
3 i Berkley Street 
Business 

"What you lack in quantity 
you make up in quality." 
Brown-eyed "Bev" enjoys 
dancing and eating Chinese 
food with friends, Beth. June, 
and Janet. All the spirit at 
the football games makes this 
ex-Lexington Street Juniorite 
proud of being at W.H.S. Her 
future plans include becoming 
a private secretary. Best of 
luck, Be\ ' 

.'/«■(. Pep Squad 3. 1; 21(1 
Staff -4; Library Council 2. 
Main Office Staff 3. 1; Mirroi 
Business Staff -); Talent 
Usherette 2. 3. 




DONALD MONGEON 

48 Potter Road 

College II 

"I do set my bow in the 

clouds." 

"Monge's" blue eyes sparkle 

at the thought of bowling or 

attending a C.Y.O. meeting 

with friends, Steve and Dave. 

Monge says that Mr. O'Brien s 

math class at W.H.S. is great. 

Boston College is this ex-South 

Juniorite's goal. Good luck, 

"Monge ." 

Att'nitlts: Audio-Visual Stair 2. 
3; Talent Show 2. 



PRISCILLA MOORE 
144 Worcester Lane 
Honors 

'"The band lb.it made tht < 
good, hath made thee fair." 
Pretty Pam can be found .it the 
Waltham Youth Advisory 
Council or at Rainbow Girls. 
With Sally, Joanne, and Mau- 
reen, she enjoys reading . . . 
likes Miss Hogan's math il.iss 
best at WHS. . . . plans in- 
clude a writing c.iiecr after 
college 

Aclmtiii: National Honor Society 
3, 4: Mirror Literary and Business 

suns i. Newspaper v. it :. \. i. 
Latin Club i. Grand Priae, Kings- 
bury Temperance Fund Essay ( on 
t<st i student Exchange Commit- 
tee I. 



ROBERT MORREALE 

132 Clark Street 

College II 

"The joy of the e.in> 

yours." 

Bob, who came to WHS 

from South Junior, can often 

be found studying democracy; 
he also enjoys shinning for 
our team with Ron and Tony 
Good luck in college and in 
your teaching career. Boh 

.-. I W e.itlicr (.lub l;- Rille 

Club :. v 



JEAN MORRISON 
73 Upland Road 
Collegt II 
S u gtntlt, tbt m 

And th<. r< ■'.( ./ twinkle i>: 

Trig and se)lid rate tops with 
blue-eyed "Curlcy" . • , medi- 
cal research is the bright st.ir 

of her future . . . Sandy and 
\.in>.\ <reet her as she dis- 
mounts alter horseh.uk rid- 
ing and then |om her in 
another oi her favorite sj>>rts 

French Club 
Sports 



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The Metropolitan State Hospital is a state mental institution 
located in our city. 




JOHN MORRISON 
380 Lexington Street 
Honors 

"Be wisely worldly but not 
worldly wise." 

After skiing down a scenic 
slope "Mo" enjoys a plate of 
"Wiener Schnitzel mit Sauer- 
kraut" with Mez and Johnny. 
After study at W.H.S. this 
DeMolay - Pieteens member 
aims for a career in sales and 
advertising. Nothing should 
be too difficult for this en- 
thusiastic fellow. 
Activities: German Club 2, 3 -1; 
Math Club 2, 3; Chess Club 4; 
Talent Show 3, 4; Latin Club 
2, 3. 




JUNE MOSCA 

93V2 Francis Street 
Business 

"Amiable addition to the 
class." 

"What a gas!" quotes "Moos- 
ki" from her favorite singer, 
Frank Sinatra. Friendly June 
is a gourmet of Chinese food 
and enjoys sampling Oriental 
delicacies with Rita and Lois. 
She rates W.H.S. teachers as 
the best in the state. The fall 
of 1962 will find this easy- 
going senior enrolled in a 
school of business education. 
Activities: Class Secretary 4; 
Mirror Representative 3. 4; Red 
Cross Representative 4; Homeroom 
Representative 2, 4. 

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GLENN MOULTON 
37 Warwick Avenue 
College II 

"Let's turn to the sports 
page." 

Distinguishing himself as our 
quarterback on the fcotball 
field, popular Glenn is an 
avid sports participant. Usual- 
ly seen with fellow athletes, 
Jack and Andy, he is also 
active in C.Y.O. and the Boys' 
Club. A future in politics 
seems promising for our 
Glenn. 

Activities: Football 3, 4; Basket- 
ball 2. 3. -4; Swimming 2, 3, 4; 
Boys' State 4; Crimson Key 4. 



DAVID MUCCI 
44 Old Lexington Road 
Vocational 

"When the willingness is 
great, the difficulties cannot 
be." 

When not working in the 
auto mechanics department, 
"Mooch," along with 
"Greasy" and "Mac," can be 
seen tinkering with '51 Fords. 
The rest of his time is taken 
up with bowling and eating 
Gonolas. He will always re- 
member "The String" as a 
part of his high school days. 
Activities: Audio-Visual Staff 2, 
3, 4. 



JOHN MORWAY 
21-2 Garden Lane 
Technical 

"A gentleman in every sense 
of the word." 

Popular "Jack" says he'll never 
forget Miss Devane's junior 
English classes . . . spends his 
spare hours horseback riding 
or bowling with Ray and Dick 
. . . faithfully attends DeMo- 
lay meetings. Next year this 
friendly senior will be off to 
college to study civil engineer- 
ing. 

Activities: Senior Play 4; Latin 
Club 2; Homeroom Representative 
4; Science Fair 2; Weather Club 
4. 




LOUIS MULA 
19 Reyem Street 
College I 

"He that thinks can be wise." 
Brown-eyed "Louie" eats lots 
of steak to keep up his strength 
for swimming . . . French 
rates tres bien with this ex- 
South Juniorite . . . future in- 
cludes college. 

Activities: Newspaper Staff 2, 3, 
4, Editor 3; National Honor So- 
ciety 3, 4; French Club 4; Home- 
room Representative 3; Junior 
Prom Committee 3; Latin Club 2; 
Science Fair 4. 




JOAN MULLEN 

639 Trapelo Road 

Business 

"She may look quiet, but look 

again." 

"Joanie" enjoys eating fried 

dams with Cheryll and Claire. 

She also likes study periods, 

shorthand classes, sorority, and 

listening to records. Best of 

luck to a pretty little secretary. 

Activities: Pep Squad 4; Talent 

Show 4; Library Council 4; Girls' 

Sports 2, 3. 



CAROL NELSON 
52 Bruce Road 
Business 

"Quiet in manner but resolute 
in deed." 

"Whooosh!" That's the sound 
of the wind through Carol's light 
brown hair as she rides along on 
the rear seat of a motor scooter. 
She's on her way to a meeting of 
the Luther League, of which she 
is vice-president. She spends her 
"swinging" studies thinking about 
her future secretarial career or 
drawing a bowling ball and hop- 
ing her friends, Carol and Joanne, 
will get the hint. Best of luck, 
Carol ! 

Activities: Mr. Husson's Staff 3, 
4; National Honor Society 3, 4; 
Mirror Art Staff 4. 




The Fernald State School is a state school for the mentally 
retarded. 




JOHN NEUFELL 
14 Pond Street Court 
Business 

"Diligence heckons success." 
"Big, bad John," as he is 
called by his friends, enjoys 
the new cafeteria at W.H.S. 
When not in classes this lad 
enjoys listening to records or 
"fooling around" with his c.ir. 
A term in the Air Force awaits 
this W.H.S. graduate next Sep- 
tember. 



ROBERT NEUFELL 
138 Newton Street 
Vocational 

"Wit makes its own welcome 
and levels all distinctions." 
Cars are what Bob likes most 
of all; it makes no difference 
whether they be big or small. 
Bob, who also makes model 
cars, likes all kinds of cars 
anil most everything about 
them. Bob also enjoys base- 
ball, football, hockey, and 
swimming at the Hoys' Club. 
Friends, Bob, Dodo, and Pat, 
confirm the reports that Bob 
liked "Shop Week" best at 
Vocational High. All the best 
in the future. Bob! 



THOMAS NEVILLE 

9 : Warren Street 

College I 

"A friendly heart wins many 

friends." 

Green-eyed Tom is called "Li'l 

Ol' Man" by friends, Da\e and 

Paul . . . keeps busy as a 

swimming instructor at the 

Boys' Club .md as president 

- hides C.Y.O. • . fa- 
vors swimming and writing 
. . . enjoys English and math 
classy at W.H.S. Ambitious 

Tom plans to study journalism 

at B.C. 

'. ■• • Sports Ed ii 
Swim Team 2. tfflM Club 

:. i; Debating Club i 



ARTHUR NEWELL 

98 Maple Street 

Lexington 

V . •' '•••'/ 

"lie looks the whole world in 

■tec. for he owes no: 
/run." 

Cheerful "Butch" is usually 
seen with other members of 
the Minute Man Hot 

Club . . . enjoys bowling and 
hunting . . . rates straw berries 
as excellent . . . intends to 
enter the service after gradua- 
tion. 



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VICTOR NICOLAI 

12 Marion Street 
College II 

"There is no policy like polite- 
ness." 

Likable "Nick" came to 
W.H.S. from the Lexington 
Street Junior High. A turkey 
dinner shared with Al and 
"Nose" rates high on his list 
of favorites. This ardent track 
star and skillful dancer plans 
to attend college under the 
R.O.T.C. program. Best of 
luck, Nick! 

Activities: Track 2, 3, 4; Cross- 
country 3, 4; Weather Club 4; 
French Club 4; Talent Show Com- 
mittee 4. 



ROBERT NIEMYSKI 

24 Murray Street 
Vocational 

"He towers tall in height and 
heart." 

Tall "Chuck" likes almost 
everything at W.H.S. . . . 
spends his spare time building 
model airplanes . . . enjoys 
Polish foods with Bob, Terry, 
and Jim ... is active in St. 
Mary's C.Y.A. . . . looks for- 
ward to a career in the Air 
Force. 




Dedicated in 1952, Saint Jude's Church was built to serve ' 




JOHN NIOSE 
15 Woodland Road 
College I 

"He is not alone who is ac- 
companied with noble 
thoughts." 

Our track team captain, 
"Nose" is an all-around- 
W.H.S.'er." He enjoys Friday 
activity period with "Gus" 
and "Sev" . . . eats potato 
chips madly . . . keeps busy 
with the National Honor So- 
ciety demands. Keep smiling 
right through college, John. 
Activities: Track 2, 3, Captain 4; 
National Honor Society 3, 4; Cross 
Country 3; Latin Club 2; French 
Club 4; Weather Club 4. 



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RICHARD O'BRIEN 

25 Calvary Street 
Vocational 

"He was made for happy 
thoughts, for pleasant wit and 
laughter." 

Most at home in an auto body 
shop, "Obie" has a liking for 
such athletic pastimes as skat- 
ing, swimming, diving, gym- 
nastics, and archery. A s 
friends, Roy, Jean, and Diane, 
will tell you, Dick eagerly 
casts aside his welding torch 
or his arrows for a well-done 
steak. At present he aims for 
a bull's eye that includes a 
year of work and then a term 
in the Army. Good luck, 
Dick! 



CATHERINE O'HARA 

726 South Street 

College II 

"Happy and gay from day to 

day." 

At W.H.S. you can find this 

laughing girl in Mr. Yetten's 

homeroom. The department 

store that hires Cathy to run 

their complaint department 

should be very happy; Cathy 

is a genuine good sport. 

Activities: Badminton 2, 3, 4; 

Bowling 2, 3, 4; Archery 2, 3. 



HENRY OLELA 

62 Hammond Street 
College 1 

"His friends — there are many, 
His foes — are there any? 
Henry, our friendly exchange 
student from Kenya, Africa,, 
feels deeply for his new found 
school-mates, especially Glenn, 
Edward, and Joe . . . plans 
to stay in Waltham for a few 
more years and study for his 
Ph.D. in education. On Tues- 
day evenings after a steak 
dinner Henry can be found at 
Cornelia Warren field playing 
soccer. Best wishes always! 
Activities: Exchange Student 4; 
Red Cross 4. 





SANDRA OLOFSON 
50 Wayne Avenue 
College II 

"Silence is the essential con- 
dition of happiness." 
This blue-eyed college course 
senior is happy when garden- 
ing, sewing, or cooking with 
Heather. "Sandy" enjoys eat- 
ing apple pie when she isn't 
busy doing her democracy or 
biology homework. This fall 
it's off to nursing school for 
Sandy. Good luck! 
Activities: Girls' Sports 4. 



PAIL O'MARA 
26 Waverly Oaks Road 
Business 

"Always happy, never glum: 
He has sun for everyone." 
Popular Paul, a former North 
Juniorite, goes for pizza in 
a big way. This blue-eyed 
swimmer, whose partners in 
crime are Barry and Tom, is 
counting on a career in the 
Navy. Best of luck, Paul. 
Activities: Hockey Team 2; Swim- 
ming Team 3. 4. 



he needs of the Warrendale section of our city. 




ALAN OMBRELLO 
32 Lincoln Terrace 
Technical 

"A manner that makes friends: 
A personality that keeps them." 
Mathematically-minded Al cer- 
tainly will have the sparks fly- 
ing during his electronics ca- 
reer. Dave, Richard, and trig 
and solid classes help to make 
his days enjoyable at WHS. 
We all hope you are a success 
at Wentworth. 

Activities: Track and Cross-Coun- 
try I; Rifle Club V 



CLAIRE O'NEIL 
37 Autumn Lane 
Business 

"No doubt she hath a vision 
sweet." 

Outside of school "Frannie' 
loves eating meatball sand 
wiches and listening to rcc 
ords at sorority meetings 
While at W.H.S. this blue- 
eyed C.Y.O member can be 
seen passing to classes with 
Cheryll and Joan. The future- 
holds a college education. 
Good luck, Claire. 
Activities: Pep Squad I; Library 
Council 1; Maroon Squad 4; 
Talent Show •»; Girls' Sports ;. 



JAMES ORIFICE 
145 Felton Street 
College II 

"Friendship, mysterious ce- 
ment of the soul.'' 

"Where's Jim?" "Gone fish- 
ing," reply Ray and Jim. They 
might have laid that he wai 
at a Sons of Italy lodge meet- 
ing or had gone in sean.li "t ,i 
good hamburger Dark-eyed 

Inn also likes to collect rec- 
ords His ambition is to study 
naval aviation. We wish you 

the best. 

thai] v ["rack 
Basketball 2; Rifle Club 2. 



JUNE ORNSTEDT 

: ^ Calvary Street 

Business 

"Her .t'lgfl's f.ice is as the 

bright eye of her. en." 

"Get that point 1 ' shouts June 

at her favorite- football games. 

Howling and dancing rate- high 

on her list of gnats This 

pretty miss can often be found 

in the cafeteria with Cathy, 

Maureen, and Bei Her fu- 
ture plans include an execu- 
ti\e secretarial iob. 

i ibrary Council i. 

ria Squad s. Pep Squad ), 
Committee V 



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The Church of the Nazarene is housed in the foimer Universalist 
Church building established in 1883 on Main Street. 




JOHN OSHEA 

45 Vernon Street 

College II 

"True to .bis word, bis work, 

his friends." 

Hazel-eyed "Jack" comes to 

W.H.S. from St. Mary's. He is 

active in C.Y.O. and enjoys 

eating pizza with Billy and 

Artie. Jack plans a career in 

the service after graduation. 

Good luck in the future, Jack ! 




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JOANNE PACKARD 

28 Augustus Road 
Business 

"Greatly gifted is she who has 
an artistic hand." 
Brown-haired Joanne likes 
singing and dancing ... ac- 
tive in church activities . . . 
enjoys traveling the corridors 
with Heather and Sandy. This 
Lexington Street Junior High 
graduate hopes to major in 
commercial art at Brigham 
Young University in Provo, 
Utah. Good luck, Joanne. 
Activities; Mirror Art Staff 4. 




LAWRENCE PAGLIERANI 

76 Hillcrest Road 
College II 

"Good nature gives one a well 
desired place in the world." 
Mechanically • minded Larry 
raves about English with Mr. 
Donovan . . . dreams about 
his ideal car . . . friends, Vin 
and Brian, tell us he plans to 
study at Bentley School of Ac- 
counting. We know he'll be 
a mathematical wizard. 



NANCY PANCALDO 

129 Brown Street 
College II 

"Her spirit ever eager and 
awake." 

Bubbly Nancy comes to 
W.H.S. from Cleveland, Ohio. 
This attractive lass rates meat- 
balls and ravioli high on her 
list of favorites. If she is not 
listening to music with Pat 
and Penny, she may be found 
trying to figure out W.H.S.'s 
new rotating schedule. Here's 
to a happy career in the clouds 
for this future airline hostess! 



ROBERT PANTANELLA 

48 Gregory Street 
College II 

"Here's both manhood and 
good fellowship." 
Green-eyed Bob can be found 
watching sports with Dave, 
Steve, and Paul when not play- 
ing football. Sons of Italy 
and English with Miss Devane 
rate high with this South 
Juniorite. Good luck in the 
future. Bob ! 

Activities: Basketball 2; Track 3, 
4; Football 2, 3, 4; Class President 
4; Junior Prom Committee 3. 



MARIA PASQUALI 
98 Weston Street 
Business 

"People who make no noise 
are dangerous!' 
Friendly Maria comes to 
W.H.S. from North Junior. 
She loves dancing and going 
to parties with Kathy and 
Anna. After graduation 
"May" plans to study hair- 
dressing at Wilfred's. In the 
meantime she is happy as a 
member of the Main Office 
Staff. Good luck, Maria! 
Activities: Main Office Staff 4; 
Cafeteria Squad 4; Guidance Of- 
fice Staff 4. 



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RAYMOND PATTEN 
11 Huntington Avenue 
College 11 

"Quietness is a great treasure." 
Future plans for blue-eyed 
"Ray" include college after 
graduation from W.H.S. 
Planes and flying score a 
bull's-eye with this Rifle Club 
enthusiast. "Ray" likes the 
teachers at W.H.S. best. He 
also enjoys sports at the Boys' 
Club with friends, Jim and 
"Rips." 

Aclitilies: Rifle Club 2; Junior 
Varsity Football 3. 



RICHARD PAZZANO 
33 Cedarcroft Lane 
College II 

"The real friend — no grudge 
and no strife." 
Blue-eyed Dick enjoys boat- 
ing with pals, Ray and Dave 
Fried chicken and cars make 
his day complete. His aim is 
to be a full-fledged mechanic. 
Good luck, Dick! 
Activities: Rifle Club 3. 




The First Church of Christ Scientist is a small church in the west 
end of the citv. 




JOHN PFACOCK 

3 i Bennett Street 

College I 

"Athletic, scholastic, and a 

great kid as well, A better 

friend I never heard tell." 

Playing baseball for W 11 s 

<>r the Watertown Junior 

Legion is good-looking John s 

favorite pastime. When not 

on the diamond, John can be 

found in the company of Ray 

and Francis. Colby College is 

next stop for this South Junior 

Alumnus. 

We/: Baseball J. J, I, Cap- 
tain 



JON PEASLEE 

40 Williams Street 

College II 

"Each man if justified in bit 

individuality." 

Hazel-eyed Jon enjoys the 

good relationship between the 

pupils and the teachers at 

W .tltlum High. Ion spends 
most of his time at the- Boys' 
Club or eating lobster with 
John and Bill. A career in the 
Air Force is Jon s goal Hap- 
py landings! 



ELIZABETH PERNA 

39 Barton Street 

College II 

"One among the girls you 

meet. Whose personality can't 

he beat." 

"Beth" enjoys music and danc- 
ing . . . likes to spend time 

at the- Debonnaires Sorority 

. . . agrees u ith Judy and 

Sally that Mr Belliveau's 
French classes are tops . . . 

likes all the tun at rehearsals 
for the Talent Show . . . 

hopes to attend Forsyth and 
become a dental hygienist. 
Acthrititi: National Honor Society 
i. i. Talent Show 2, Choreogra- 
pher V i; Debating ( tub I, 
Student Council i. 

Treasurer I. Women's Club Rep- 
resentative i. Il.uk 

Vice-President >. 



ELDON PINEO 
42a Prospect Hill Road 
College II 
Lost is the day * 

don't laugh." 

IMond "Butch" is usually sun 

roaming the corridors with 

friends, Ste\c. Lenny, Hal. and 
Joe His many activities in- 

elude lV>\s ( tub and lis De- 
bonnaires . . . enjoys 
roast beef, and meatball subs 
. . . will enter the service 
after graduation 



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SUSAN PIPER 
62 Taylor Street 
College 1 

"The better you know her, the 
more you like her." 
"Sweet Sue" loves everything 
at W.H.S., especially Mr. 
Lynch's trig class . . . enjoys 
listening to longhair and crew- 
cut music with any of her 
many friends including Sally 
and Kathy. This active senior, 
a member of the Mirror Staff, 
is looking forward to four 
years of college as an elemen- 
tary education major. 
Activities: German Club 2, 3; 210 
Staff 4; Maroon Squad 4; Talent 
Show 3, 4. 




NAXCY POIRIER 
97 Bacon Street 
Business 

"Sociable and pleasant, always 
willing to laugh." 
Witty and lively are the words 
to describe this happy senior. 
Bryant and Stratton Business 
School is her goal . . . then 
the wild blue yonder as an 
airline stewardess . . . hopes 
Italian food is served on all 
her flights . . . says her 
spirits soar while in 203 stud- 
ies. 

Activities: Pep Squad 2; Red 
Cross Representative 2; Newspaper 
Staff 3; Business Staff 3. 



JANET PITTARI 

12 Hall Street 
Honors 

"Quiet and still, yet always 
present." 

Brown-eyed Janet is a foot- 
ball fan who also enjoys swim- 
ming and French. A future 
elementary school teacher or 
social worker, she is a C.Y.O. 
and C.Y.A. member and a 
volunteer worker at the Ken- 
nedy Memorial Hospital . . . 
likely to be seen with Pauline 
and another Janet. 
Activities: Mirror Art Staff 4; 
Library Council 3. 4; Latin Club 
2; Girls' Sports 2, 3; Homeroom 
Representative 4. 




Since its opening in 1957, the Lexington Street Junior High has afforded ) 




NEAL POOLE 
70 Elson Road 
College II 

"As a wit, if not first, in the 
first line." 

Active, energetic Neal comes 
to us from Lexington Street 
Junior High . . . shows his 
colorful personality best on 
stage. This blond blue-eyed 
M.Y.F. and DeMolay member 
should reach outstanding 
heights in either government 
or the theatre. There seems to 
be no limit to his versatility. 
Activities: Crimson Key 3, 4; 
Dramatics Club President 3; Senior 
Play 4; Talent Show Committee 
4; Homeroom Representative 2. 



ALBERT PORTER 
177 Seminole Avenue 
College I 

"A little humor goes a long 
way." 

Sports-minded Al comes to 
W.H.S. from Lexington Street 
Junior High ... is partial 
to basketball, whether playing 
or spectating with "Becky" 
and Ronny. Active "Pork" is 
a member of Youth Fellowship 
and the Boys' Club . . . plans 
to enter college, possibly Bos- 
ton University. 

Activities: Basketball 2, 3. 4; 
Audio-Visual Staff 2; Baseball 4. 



ROBERT PORTER 
21 Douglas Road 
Honors 

"Good sense and good nature 
are never separated." 
dQ = dV/PdV . . . We'll take 
your word for it, Bob. All 
his math and science studying 
with "Mo" and John should 
stand him in good stead in a 
technical college. 
Activities: German Club 3, 4; In- 
door Track 4; Rifle Club 3; Tal- 
ent Show 4; Science Seminar 3, 
4. 



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RAYMOND POTTER 

11 Hammer Street 

College II 

"Real merit of any kind cannot 

be long concealed." 

Happy-go-lucky "Ray" fills his 

days with bowling and fun 

with Tom and Jim. Next fall 

Ray will be off to begin a 

career in the Air Force. Good 

luck! 





THEODORE PROPHET 
1 3 "> Riverview Avenue 
Vocational 

"In short be was a pel 
cat alii r." 

Friendly Ted comes to \\ H S 
from Medfield High . . . en- 
joys playing football with 
Paul and the kids. Ted is 
still undecided about his fu- 
ture plans, but we wish him 
well m whatever he may <.\o 



nodern scholastic facilities as well as a widely used civic auditorium. 




BARBARA POWER 
25 Morton Street 
College II 

"A friendly smile means a 
lot." 

Brown-eyed "Barb" is usually 
found dancing to the latest 
hit records . . . likes activity 
periods with Mr. Yetten best 
at W.H.S. . . . enjoys the 
B.Y.F. and eating pi//a with 
Carol and Dianne . . . plans 
to become a secretary after at- 
tending a business school 



HENRY POWERS 
333 Rosemont Avenue 
Business 

"Don't Utp <"i my blm i/nJi 
shoes." 

Talented "Hank" likes the dis- 
missal bell best at W.H.S. . . . 
plans to -attend junior college 
and then Northeastern 
otten seen collecting records 
or at the Young Democrats 
League with Joe, Ernie, and 
Bill. 

Attn nit: T.ilcnt Show V 



PHYLLIS PUGSLEY 
5 Lake Road 
College II 
"Good nature without J 

n '.-.'." 

"Phyll" loves to skate rings 

around Sharon and Ian "But, 

Mrs c.is ( '" is .i favorite ex- 
pression in biology An artist 
with a brush. Phvll en 
Mr Klein's expressive classes 

Her future plans include nurs- 

ing Good link. Phyll! 

n I'Uv Art ( on 

mittcc MB Art I 

mittee ' itin Club :. Maroon 
Squad 



IAW RENCJE QUINN 
L76 Great Road 
Mavnard 

1 ' . ;.'• ':.// 

■ . . 

be?" 

"Larry" is | traveling man 
who likes nothing better than 
having fun vvith Ron and 

D.ivi- This Auto Mechanics 
lad is active in CYO and 
plans to enter the Air Force 

soon Good huk I 



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North Junior High School was erected in 1920 to serve 
North Waltham. 



EDWARD QUIRK 

24 Seminole Avenue 
Business 

"He goes his smooth, tin- 
ruffled way." 

Busy "Eddie" considers Eng- 
lish with Mr. Donovan to be 
the high spot in his school 
day. After school he likes to 
play hockey with Gene and 
Bob or work on his many 
"old jalopies." This friendly, 
blue-eyed senior is planning 
a college education to be fol- 
lowed by a term in the serv- 
ice. 

Activities: German Club 3: De- 
bating Club 4. 



DAVID RAMICH 
12 Chester Avenue 
College II 

"Let us make our aims seri- 
ous." 

Tall Dave likes math classes 
best at W.H.S. . . . friends, 
Richard and Wally, can usual- 
ly find him hunting or on 
the track field . . . plans in- 
clude a college education af- 
ter graduation. 

Activities: Track 2, 3; Rifle Club 
2. 





PHILIP RAMSAY 
6 Orange Street 
Vocational 

"A true man among men." 
Waltham salutes "Phil" for 
his recent winning of the Car- 
negie Award for Heroism. 
This popular senior enjoys his 
hobby of model cars . . . has 
fun with Robert and Al . . . 
plans to work in an auto shop 
in the future. Best of luck, 
Phil! 



ROBERT RAND 

116 Rose Hill Way 
College II 

"They are wise who listen 
but talk little." 
Miss Devane's classes rate 
high on this senior's list of 
favorites at W.H.S. . . . often 
seen building custom cars with 
Dave and Chris. Bob plans 
to become a commercial artist 
after graduation. Good luck, 
Bob! 



RONALD RANDO 

111 Hatherly Road 
College II 

"We're glad you're here." 
This dark eyed, dark haired 
ladies' man can be seen on 
campus with friends, Joe and 
"Pork" . . . enjoys a fried 
chicken dinner and trig class- 
es .. . future plans include 
college. 

Activities: Basketball 2; Baseball 
2; Talent Show 3. 4; Junior Prom 
Committee 3. 



STEPHEN RANDO 
33 Derby Street 
College 1 

"Like a good time? — so do I." 
"Butch" lives on music and 
Italian food . . . socializes 
harmoniously with Don and 
Kev . . . active in the St. 
Charles Christian Doctrine and 
Sacred Heart C.Y.O. . . . like 
all students waits anxiously 
for the dismissal bell on Fri- 
day, although he finds home- 
room periods terrific. 
Activities: Audio-Visual Staff 2, 
3; Talent Show 3. 4. 



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MARYLOU RASCH 
12 Bacon Street 
Business 

"Here's to the friend we can 
trust." 

Friendly Marylou likes activity 
periods and Mr. Clark's Ger- 
man classes best at W.H.S. 
. . . often seen rooting for 
our football team or at C.Y.O. 
with Gloria and Linda . . . 
plans to enter the secretarial 
field after graduation. 
Activities: Pep Squad 3; Maroon 
Squad -f. 



JOHN RAVESI 
1 1 5 Rockridge Road 
College II 

"It is tranquil people who ac- 
complish much." 
Friendly John is another lad 
with an eye for college after 
graduation. He enjoys every- 
thing from fried chicken to 
Activity Periods in W-lll. 
C.Y.O. activities also take up 
some of John's free time. 





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CHARLES REARDON 

39 Abbot Road 

Business 

"Character is destiny." 

A happy-go-lucky lad, "Chuck" 

often enjoys a good swim at 

the Boys' Club. Mark and Joe 

tell us that their friend seems 

to have a nose for fun. This 

departing senior has plans for 

attending Northeastern next 

fall. 

Activities: Maroon Squad 2. 



RICHARD REED 
30 Curve Street 
College I 

"With blond hair and per- 
sonality shy, Dickie's quite the 
guy." ' 

Dick came to Waltham High 
via Belmont Hill School . . . 
is an avid fan of Miss De- 
vane's English classes. If nQt 
tasting fried clams with Bob 
and Jack, this energetic ath- 
lete is sure to be found skiing, 
hunting or fishing. A college 
education is included in his 
future plans. Best of luck 
to a .ure.it .ill around W.H.S. 
student ! 

Activities: Ritlc Club }, I; Senior 
Play Committee I. 



JOSEPH RICCIARDI 
15 Dartmouth Street 
Vocational 

" . I nun be tei raj - I rA< < > ful 
yesterdays and confident to- 
morrows." 

"Little Joey" is an auto en- 
thusiast along with Lou and 
Danny. Modern jaZ2 with an 
emphasis on drums provides 
sheer ecstasy for Joe-, who is 

eager to become the owner of 
a restaurant or auto body shop. 
Ice skating and tobogganing 
brighten his active winters. 



ALLAN RITCEY 
71 Lunda Street 
Voc.it ion. tl 

"Glad that I lite am I." 
This ex-Lexington Street Jun- 
iorite s.us turkev an,! steak 
are the greatest. When Allan 
isn't at the Boys' Club, he's 
weight-lifting with friends, 
Jim, r.ml and Tom After 
graduation it's off to college 
KM Allan Lots of huk 

ititi: Mm t s 
Plav Committee 4; Youth Advisory 
Council I; Student Guide 3. 



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CAROL RIVERS 
63-F Hansen Road 
College II 

"She laughs as she comes, she 
smiles as she goes, She's very 
merry from her head to her 
toes." 

Brown-eyed Carol hails from 
North Junior. Her list of 
favorites includes activity 
period with Mr. Yetten . . . 
loves to swing to records with 
Barbara and Dianne ... fu- 
ture plans include nursing at 
Peter Bent Brigham Hospital. 



CLIFFORD ROBERTS 

74 Hillcroft Road 
College II 

"He's calm and reserved; that's 
as jar as he goes; He seems to 
be quiet; yet, one never 
knows." 

Cliff, a serious-minded, effi- 
cient student, likes lobster, 
singing, and swimming . . . 
interested in theological work 
. . . hopes to attend West 
Virginia Wesleyan College . . . 
enjoys the friends he has made 
at W.H.S. 

Activities: Electrical Staff 2, 3, 4. 
President 4; Audio-Visual Staff 2, 
3, 4; Talent Show 2, 3, 4; Crim- 
son Key 4; Senior Play 4. 




Saint Charles Parish was founded in 1909, and the present 




BRIAN ROBICHEAU 
44 Doty Street 
College II 

"Not too serious, always gay, 
but altogether a really good 
fellow/' 

Dynamic is the word for ac- 
tive Brian, a popular senior 
who enjoys swimming and 
fun with Jack and Bob. Brian 
is also an active C.Y.O. mem- 
ber ' with plans for college 
after leaving W.H.S. Best of 
luck! 

Activities: Class Vice-President 4; 
Talent Show 3; Maroon Squad 4; 
Junior Prom Committee 3. 



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ELEANOR ROCHE 
91 Chestnut Street 
Business 

"A friendly smile, a helping 
hand, a friend worthwhile." 
"Ellie" can often be found 
listening to the radio or eat- 
ing cheeseburgers with Janice 
and Anne . . . lunch time 
rates high with this popular 
miss . . . plans to attend a 
junior college after graduation. 
Activities: Senior Play Represent- 
ative 4; Dramatics Club 4; Blood- 
mobile 4; Talent Show 4; Pep 
Squad 3, 4; Mirror Literary Staff 
4. 



MARY LOU ROUSSEAU 
719 Moody Street 
College II 

"Laughing eyes, a merry 
smile." 

"Gidget" comes to W.H.S. 
from Day Junior High School 
in Newtonville . . . lasagna 
and pizza rate high after her 
dancing classes at the Boys' 
Club ... or can be found 
bowling or swimming with 
Tommy and Charlie ... fu- 
ture includes college with the 
hope that all classes will be 
like Mr. Perkins' science class 
at W.H.S. 

Activities: Homeroom Representa- 
tive 2, 3; Red Cross Representa- 
tive 4. 



JOHN ROY 

22 Prentice Street 
Vocational 

"His time is forever, every- 
where his place." 
Charlie, Tommy, and Kenny 
know they'll find "Stretch" in 
the vicinity of cars, horses, and 
roast chicken. This future 
serviceman rates the field trips 
tops at Vocational High. 
"Stretch," a former Lexington 
Street Junior High student, is 
often seen with his church 
group or bowling team. 




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DANIEL RYAN 
10 Mt. Ida Terrace 
Business 

"A little play, a little work." 
Blond "Danny" bowls a strike 
for fried chicken. This Lexing- 
ton Street Juniorite enjoys 
sports at the Boys' Club with 
Larry and Don . . . plans for 
the future include business 
school. 

Activities: Newspaper Staff I; 
Audio-Visual Staff 2; Boys' Sports 
2, 4; Bowling 4. 




\fARY RYAN 
48 Hall Street 
College II 

"A light heart lives lon^." 
Brown-eyed "Linda" came to 
WHS. from South Junior 
She can often be seen walking 
the corridors with Elaine and 
Judy. Her future plans in- 
clude a teaching career. ( 
luck, Linda! 

Activities: Pep Squad 2. 3; Future 
Teachers of America I; Red ( i"^ 
Representative 3; Prom Committee 
}, i; Mirror Subscription Stafl i 







RALPH SANTOHCITO 

53 Willow Street 

College II 

"A lively look all grit I repels." 

"Scar," .in adept fishing and 
boating fan, hails from South 
Junior . . . can be found eat- 
ing pi//a with friends. Dickie 
and Jimmy. His favorite math 
classes will pave the way for 
a future career in cngineerim: 
Best of luck. Ralph 



NANCY SAWYER 

1 1 Brookway Court 
Business 

"A maid of quiet way, friendly 
to .dl she'll always be." 
Nancy is a likable girl with 
lots nt si hool spirit . . . hopes 
to become a legal se< retarj 
likes fried clams . cni<>\s 

hei friendly classmates 
.1. tiritit i Mr. Husson'i Stafl 
library Council >; National Honw 
i. Girls' Sp..rts 2, '>. 
( I is-, n , v and Graduation I 

V Talent Show >, I, 



LOUIS SCAI [SI 

93 Hillcrest Road 

Culltgc II 

"Good sense and good n.itun 

are never separated." 

"Let's eat," cries Louis . . . 

lines to share a sub with PetC 
and Wayne , . . brown 
Louis plans to Study electrical 

engineering Good luck. Lou! 



JOHN S< Al/I 
77 Lunda Street 

lege II 

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Brown-eyed "Scussy" comes to 

lis from Newton High 

favors pi//a . . . enjoys hi* 
church group and reading, as 
Alan and Timmy will tell 
"Scussy "s" future plans include 
attending a printing school 

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The First Baptist Church, located on Moody Street, was erected 
in 1857, and is one of the oldest churches in the city. 



KENNETH SCANLON 
52 Winthrop Street 
College II 

"A silent tongue and a true 
heart are the most admirable 
things on earth." 
Ken. who is kept busy with 
the Boys' Club and C.Y.O., 
still finds time to play basket- 
ball and work on his car with 
Elroy and Bill. Mrs. Shirley 
and Mr. Lynch rate high with 
"Red," who plans a liberal 
arts course in college. 
Activities: German Club 2; Rifle 
Club 3. 



DEBORAH SCHOFIELD 
25 Rumford Avenue 
College 1 

"A sunny disposition is a 
treasure." 

Popular Debby hopes to be a 
medical secretary. Bobbi and 
Cinny are Debby's fellow con- 
spirators. Enjoyed Mrs. Gold- 
ings French II classes. With 
Rainbow Committee meetings, 
and her favorite hobby, paint- 
ing, Debby is a very busy girl. 
Good luck in the future to a 
likable gal ! 

Activities: Talent Show 2. 4; 
Senior Play 4; Pep Squad 3, 210 
Staff 4; Prom Committee 4. 




GILBERT SCOTT 
120 Myrtle Street 
College II 

"And tall he was of stature." 
Popular "Gil" comes to 
WHS. from South Junior. 
The C.Y.O. presidency at St. 
Charles' and rock and rolling 
take up this blue-eyed senior 
play star's time. When not 
with the "Girls," Gil can be 
found eating pizza with Joel 
and Ray. Good luck in the 
future, Gil ! 

Activities: Audio-Visual 2, }, i. 
Senior Play 4; Talent Show I; 
Basketball 2. 



NANCY SEMENCHUK 
89 Vernon Street 
Business 

"Give the world the best you 
hare, and the best will come 
back to you." 

Friendly "Nance" is a former 
North Juniorite . . . looks 
forward to her daily classes 
with Mrs. Marr and Miss 
Mooney . . . enjoys water- 
skiing and chatting with an- 
other Nancy ... is looking 
forward to a successful career 

as a secretary. 

Activities: Talent Show 4; Min>,r 

Clerical Staff i. 



SANDRA SENNETT 
14 Brookway Court 
College II 

"Plenty of pep and friendli- 
ness." 

Blond "Sandy" came to 
W.H.S. from St. Mary's . . . 
enjoys Our Lady's C.Y.O. , 
dancing, and football games 
. . . favors English at W.H.S. 
Mary. Diane, and Gail say 
that "Sandy" aims for college, 
where she will study drama- 
tics. 
Activities: Talent Show 4. 



JOYE SETZER 

49 Emmeline Avenue 
Business 

"Personality, a gleaming smile. 
an active mind, a friend worth 
while." 

A class with Mrs. Marr and 
bookkeeping with Miss Moo- 
ney are highlights in the aca- 
demic life of perky and popu- 
lar Joye . . . can often be found 
talking on the phone with 
Elaine or Lanny . . . looks 
forward all winter to water 
skiing in the summer. Ambi- 
tious Joye is already well on 
her way to a successful secre- 
tarial career. 

Activities: National Honor Society 
3. 4; Mr. Husson's Staff 3, -i. 
Talent Show 4; Class Day Usher 
5; Mmor Clerical Staff 4. 



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ROBERT SEVENE 
420 Lincoln Street 
College II 

"None but he himself could 
be his parallel!' 
Future Olympic star Sev is one 
of W.H.S.'s greatest athletic 
assets. This swift-footed track 
fan may be found sprinting to 
math class with Nose and 
Gene. Weight lifting and 
bowling help form "Speedy" 
into a nimble athlete. 
Activities: Cross Country 4; Track 
3. 4; Red Cross Representative 2; 
Talent Show i. 



MARIE SEVERINO 

195 V 2 Newton Street 
College II 

"A sjnile that won't come off." 
Pretty, olive-skinned Marie en- 
joys everything in life, especial- 
ly Miss Daily's history classes 
with "Dee" and Joyce, fried 
clams, and orange freeze. We 
wish you a happy future as 
a medical secretary, Marie. 
Activities: Minor Subscription Staff 
2, 3; Homeroom Representative 3; 
Red Cross Representative 2, 3; 
Bowling 2; Prom Committee 3. I. 



The Presbyterian Church in Waltham was organized in 
1893 and built in 1898. 




GEORGE SHARPE 

268 Newton Street 
Vocational 

"Life's a pleasant institution, 
let's take it as it comes." 
George is must often seen 
with friends. H.iut, Grimes, 
and Ted . . . enjoys eating 
turkey and working on his 
car . . . favors shop . . . will 
enter the service after grad- 
uation. 



SALLY SHEA 
180 Warren Street 
Honors 

"Friendship burns uith an in- 
ner glou ." 

"Unbelievable!" exclaims pop- 
ular, blue-eyed Sally, who can 
be seen cheering for WHS. 
at football games with Judi, 
Max. and the "Nifties." This 
North Junior graduate enjoys 
keeping busy with C Y ( > 
French lab classes rank high 

with this sweet .ind smiling 

senior. Sal hopes to become 

a teacher alter graduating 
from the University of Mass- 
achusetts. 

Newspaper Sun i. 
M.i ,r Business Stall i; Min • 
Literary Stall I; Future Teachers 
of America J, |; Latin Club 2 
J. f. 



JEANNE SHEEHAN 
J(S Golden Cast Avenue 
College II 

"Het hair is no more sunny 
than her heart." 
Fun-loving Jeanne likes to go 
bowling with bfazza atul Het- 
ty. CY.O. ranks high on her 

hst of favorites along with 
Mr Meader's math classes 
Jeanne, who comes from Lex 

ington Street Junior High, 

plans on attending secretarial 
school after graduation 

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FRANC IS SHERMAN 

btbow Road 
Wayland 

Vocational 
Everything yields to dili- 

Busy "Sherm" came to us from 

Wayland High spends 

free hours howling or skating 
with Dan. Hob. and )iK- . . . 
will always remember shop 
week \ \ - ] V will find 
Sherm busily engaged in the 
auto business Hest oi link 
Sherm' 



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LINDA SHIRLEY 
190 Robbins Street 
Business 

"A gay spirit the live long 
day." 

Blue-eyed Linda can be seen 
eating ice cream cones with 
Marylou, Joyce, and Maureen. 
Baptist Youth Fellowship and 
the movies take up much of 
her time. This alumna of 
South Junior hopes to become 
a dental assistant. 
Activities: 210 Staff 2, 4; Mirror 
Homeroom Representatne 2; Ma- 
roon Squad 4; Nurse's Office 
Staff 2. 



ARTHUR SHRIBERG 
19 Richbrain Avenue 
Honors 

"A true friend, sincere and 
noble." 

Active "Artie'' likes homeroom 
periods and Miss Hogan's classes 
best at W.H.S. After college this 
sports-minded senior plans to go 
into either governmental or phar- 
maceutical work. "Artie" can 
usually be found rushing to a 
math club or a Walthem Youth 
Council meeting or, once in a 
great while, just relaxing with 
friends, Dave, Ernie, and "Mac- 
Pete. ' ' 

Activities: Debating Club 2, 3. 4, 
Treasurer 3, President 4; Dramat- 
ics Club 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 
3; Senior Play 4; Mirror Literary 
Staff 4; Mirror Business Staff 4; 
Homeroom Representative 3; Crim- 
son Key 2, 3, 4. 




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DAVID SHUTE 
194 Church Street 
College I 

"Gentleman is written legibly 
across his brow." 
Energetic Dave came to us 
this year from Cobleskill High 
School, New York. This hazel- 
eyed chicken lover enjoys best 
the challenge and the competi- 
tion offered at W.H.S. Fu- 
ture plans include college and 
a liberal arts education. Good 
luck, Dave! 

Activities: Mirror Alternate Rep- 
resentative 4; Cafeteria Squad 4; 
National Honor Society 3, 4; 
Mirror Literary Staff 4. 

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PAUL SIANO 
203 Florence Road 
Honors 

"Where there is fun he is al- 
ways in it.'' 

Popular "Pablo," a former 
North Juniorite, can usually 
be found at C.Y.O., Scouts, 
Sons of Italy or riflery meet- 
ings. If not there, he will 
surely be found "hunting" 
around with Jim and Guen- 
ther. Homeroom periods and 
U. of Mass. hit a bull's-eye for 
this future language major. 
Good luck, Pablo! 
Activities: Latin Club 2; Rifle 
Club 2, 3. 4; German Club 2, 3, 
4; Language Lab Staff 2, 3, 4; 
Mnror Business Staff 4. 



BARBARA SICOTTE 

20 Waverly Oaks Road 

College II 

"A girl you'll like from the 

start, Barb will surely win 

your heart." 

Perky "Barbara Joan" likes the 

friendly kids best at W.H.S. 

. . . can usually be seen at 

Les Debonnaires or listening to 

all kinds of music with Nancy, 

Vanna, and Mary . . . plans 

include a teaching career after 

college. 

Activities: Mirror Business Staff 

3, 4; Talent Show Committee 3. 

4. 



LAWRENCE SICOTTE 
39 Myrtle Street 
Vocational 

"An inexhaustible good nature 
is one of the most precious 
gifts of Heaven!' 
This former South Junior lad 
likes the teachers best at Voca- 
tional High . . . friends, Har- 
vey, Bob, and Don, can usual- 
ly find him working with cars 
or at DeMolay meetings. 
"Walley" plans to enter the 
printing field after graduation. 
Activities: Safety Committee 4; 
Mirror Staff 4; Newspaper Staff, 



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at one time it was one of the lovely dwellings of the city. 



JLDITH SILVA 
19 Aberdeen Avenue 
College II 

"I'll be merry and free. I'll 
be sad for nobody." 
"Judy." a South Junior High 
graduate, hopes to become a 
hairdresser after graduation 
from WHS. She enjoys fried 
onion rings and bowling with 
friends, Joanne. Elsa. and 
Anne. "Judy" spends her 
spare time cheering our foot- 
ball team to victory. 
Activities: Pep Squad 4; Talent 
Show 2. 



SUSAN SINCLAIR 

84 Washington Avenue 

GAUge I 

"Tall, dim. cute and smart. 

A wonderful girl with a 

big hart." 

Pretty, popular Sue likes water 

skiing and swimming . . . 

spends time at Rainbow and 

church fellowship . . . can be 

seen eating lunch with E. J. 

. . . enjoys democracy classes 

with Miss Daily . . . plans 

to be a Florence Nightingale 

in the future. All the best to 

one of the sweetest Sues nvc 

know. 

Activities: Talent Show i, S 

t.iry I; Senior Pl.r- I ,irman 

-i; Mil 'OT Bus iic^s Matt 

Literary Statt i. Prom Committee 

3. 1. 





JACQUELYN SKANE 

11 Gale Street 

College II 

"A smile for all without • 

qut '.'. That's the secret of 

Jackie's success." 

Sparkle-eyed "Jackie" likes to 
spend her rare spare time 
teaching swimming at the 
Boys' Club . . . always has 
something to saj to Maureen 
and Joanne- . . . likes every- 
one and everything at \V H S . 
especially working on the 
Mirror. 

Activities: Class Treasurer i. 
Miri ' Subscription Editor I; Pep 
Squad I; Mirror Literary Staft i. 
Talent Show J, I; \|/>>,r Business 
St.itt i. 



THOMAS SEAMAN 

90 Guinan Street 

Business 

"Good nature covers a mull/ 

tude of talent." 

Friendly "Tom" enjoys 

"bit;" business machines 
is active in C.Y.O. and 

bowling league . . . likes fun 

with Jerry . . . has hopes foi 

college alter graduation, 
Activities: Audio Visual Mail ;. 
Debating Club I; Red Cross Rep 

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CHARI.I-n SMITH 

672 Moody Street 

College II 

".I s;ood spoil and a tun 

friend." 

Blue-eyed "Smitty' traces his 

me morns of WHS. back to 

his i lasses with Miss Devane. 
This South Juniorite a 

eating lobster and readme 
about sto,k cars with John 
and "Gook." "Smitty" hopes 
tO enter the service alter grtd- 
nation Good link' 



LOl IS SPATARO 

">0 Vernon Street 
I ' cational 
M ■ meet thy mal 

In a tew years we'll all he 

able to bring our broken 

(0 "Spats.' and we'll hnn>; 

them home as good as new 

Tins ambitious lad will 
own his own repair shop 
Naturally he like-s shop week 

at \Y V H S hut als,. enjoys 

a fast .came oi football with 
)oi. Dan. and Fred. I 
luck with vour crash 
Spats, i. in you I 



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Route 128 runs through West Waltham. Along this highway 
many big industries have taken root. 



THOMAS SPETH 

58 Tomlin Street 

College 11 

"He's not very big, he's not 

very tall, But you can bet he's 

liked by all." 

Brown-eyed Tom hails from 

Lexington Street Junior High. 

He spends his spare time 

studying astronomy or bowling 

with Bob and Franny . . . 

Tom is planning to join the 

Air Force in the near future. 

Happy landings, Tom ! 

Activities: Rifle Club 2, 3, 4. 



GERALDINE STANKARD 
255 South Street 

Business 

"Height doesn't count when 
determining personality." 
"Go-Team-Go," cheers "Gee" 
to members of the football 
squad. In the schoolroom 
Miss Mooney's bookkeeping 
class scores high with this 
cute blue-eyed lass. Gerry 
Carleen, and Sherry know this 
future secretary will be a 

great success. 

Activities: Cheerleader 4; Mirror 
Clerical Staff 4; Pep Squad 2, 3; 
Tnlent <ihow ^ 4. 




JANET STEMPSON 

134 Russell Street 
Business 

"Her angel face as the bright 
eye of heaven, Shined bright 
and made the sunshine in a 
shady place." 

This attractive blond has a ca- 
reer as a private secretary in 
store . . . really enjoys foot- 
ball games and talking on the 
phone . . . attends church 
group activities with Beth and 
Bev. Good luck in the future! 
Activities: Library Council 4; Girls' 
Sports 2, 3; Mirror Homeroom 
Representative 4; Pep Squad 2, 3, 
4; Senior Play 4. 



VANNA STENQUIST 
321 Weston Street 
College II 

"Sweet, fair, loads of fun. 
Liked by all, disliked b) 
none." 

Vanna, a blond, blue-eyed 
original, is an active part of 
W.H.S. She likes her friends, 
music, peppers, and onions 
. . . hopes to become a teach- 
er after college. Good luck, 
Vanna! 

Activities: Main Office Staff 3. 4; 
Dramatics Club 4; Talent Show 
Committee 3. 4; Senior Play Com- 
mittee 4; Homeroom Representa- 
tive 2. 



DIAN STEVENSON 
37 Rose Hill Way 
College II 

"A friendly girl with a pleas- 
ant smile, Knowing her is 
quite worth while." 
Friendly "Dian" is a busy 
member of her church fellow- 
ship . . . cheers for choco- 
late ice cream with jimmies 
. . . Max and Donna are 
among her many friends . . . 
enjoys most Mrs. Carney's 
democracy classes . . . will 
take the x-ray technician 
course at Waltham Hospital 
after graduation. 
Activities: Pep Squad 3; Advertis- 
ing Staff of Talent Show 3; 210 
Staff 4. 



JOANNE STRAGGAS 

75 Maple Street 

Honors 

"Her eyes speak for her." 

Our wonderful "Jo" leads a 

vibrant life . . . enjoys math 

classes ... is active in C.Y.O. 

and C.Y.A. ... a devoted 

worker . . . always talking and 

laughing with Mary, Rose, and 

Pam . . . sees college and 

social work in her future. 
Activities: Class President 3; Na- 
tional Honor Society 3, 4; Mirror 
Business Editor 4; Latin Club 2, 
3, 4; German Club 4; Newspaper 
Staff 4; Maroon Squad 4. 



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ERNEST STRANGE 
1385 Trapelo Road 
Business 

"God bless the man who fits! 
invented sleep." 
Ernie spends his free time 
bowling and water-skiing with 
Henry and Brian. "Penky" 
and "Moose" make W.H.S. 
fun for this bright lad. A ca- 
reer in the Air Force is 
planned by this blue-eyed 
senior. Best of luck, Ernie! 
Anilities: Debating Club 2, 3. 4. 



FRANCIS SULLIVAN 
1 1 Lawrence Street 
College II 

"Air and manner are more 
expensive than words." 
Brown-eyed "Silky" can usual- 
ly be found bowling with Tom 
and Bob when he is not read- 
ing. Math and people rate 
high as do our teachers with 
this future teacher. His high 
hopes include Merrimack Col- 
lege and teaching deaf chil- 
dren. Good luck, "Silky" ! 
Activities: Latin Club 3, 4; Mirroi 
Staff 4; Rifle Club 3. I. 




The industries along this roadway have added much to the 
economic growth of our city. 




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PATRICIA SWFETNAM 

35 Goldencrcst Avenue 

Business 

"ll.ippy and gay from da) 

day." 

"Pat" likes business machine 

class with Miss Balch and the 

2: }0 bell . . . also enjoys 

swimming with Carol and 

Diane . . . the 

eludes secretarial 

Activities: Pep 

Husson's Staff 

3. 



in- 



future 
work. 
Squad 3. I; Mr. 
3; Cafeteria Squad 



JANET SWIFT 
10 Colonial Avenue 
Honors 

"A fine mixture of intelligi "d 
and sweetness." 
"Swifty tarries a torch for 
the science department, bring- 
ing h.uk laurels for W H S 
She has always enjoyed math 
classes with Janet and Sally, 
eating pizza, and playing the 
organ. We predict a very Suc- 
cessful future for this versatile 
girl, 

th • Math Club i. National 

3, •: Future Teachers ol 

America J, i. Library Council y 

4; Girls' Sports 2, y I. Science 

Seminar ), 



ANTHONY TARANTO 
L56 Bright Street 
Busini i l 

//.. good nature is uithoul 
an equal." 

Hair styling promises to bring 
a happy future for "Nino." He 
can hardly wait lor graduation, 
but meanwhile he is happy 
playing tennis with John and 
David 



PI 1 1 R THIFFAU1 i 
a) Hillcrest Road 
College II 

"Friendly and htlpjul — just an 
all around guy" 
Handsome, blue-eyed Pete, call- 
ed "Tiff by his many friends, 
comes to \\ H s from 1 1 1 
ingtOO Street Junior High 
will long remember Mr 
Lynch's homeroom periods 
. . . favors meatball subs with 
best friend, Paul 'plans 

include college 

>• TaU ni Show i 



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RONALD THOMPSON 

676 Trapelo Road 

Business 

"A quiet lad you think you 

see: but, oh how lively he can 

be." 

Hefty Ron looks forward to 
an education at a business col- 
lege. This recruit from Lexing- 
ton Street Junior High enjoys a 
big. hearty meal after weight 
lifting with Bob and Charlie. 
Blue-eyed, athletic Ron loves 
the sound of Friday's 2:30 
dismissal bell. All good luck 
in the future, Ron! 
Activities: Track 2; Red Cross 
Representative 2, 3. 



JOYCE TONICKI 

1100 Trapelo Road 

Business 

"Her heart is as golden as her 

hair." 

Feminine Jodey sparkles when 

roller skating with Arlene or 

Maureen . . . twirls over new 

activity periods . . . fried 

clams are tops on her list of 

favorites. This active miss 

dreams of a secretarial career 

after graduation. 

Activities: Library Council 3; 

Girls' Sports 2, 3; Talent Show 

4; Pep Squad 3, 4; Senior Prom 

Committee 4; Mr. Husson's Staff 

3. 




The Waltham Field Station of the University of Massachusetts 




KATHLEEN TOOHIL 
836" Trapelo Road 
College I 

"Mischief sparkles in her eyes, 
And her laughter never dies." 
"Kathie" hails from Lexington 
Street Junior High and is 
social chairman of the Archdio- 
cesan Council of Catholic 
Youth. When not at choir 
practice, Kathie can be found 
eating clams and french fries 
with Ros and Polly or plan- 
ning her future at Worcester 
State College. Miss Daily's 
democracy classes rate high 
with this future history teach- 
er. 

Activities: National Honor Society 
3. 4; 210 Staff 2. 3, 4; Mirror 
Literary Staff 4; Future Teachers 
of America 3. 4; Talent Show 
3. 4. 

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PETER TRAVALINE 
160 Hardy Pond Road 
College II 

"S. tying little, thinking much." 
Friendly "Pete" . . . our fu- 
ture public relations man . . . 
enjoys bowling with Wayne 
and Louie . . . rates Mr. 
Lynch at the head of his list 
of likes at W.H.S. Best of 
luck in the future, Pete! 



CRAIG TRAVIS 
512 Lexington Street 
College I 

"A light heart lives long." 
"Craig," a future Air Force 
man, likes the confusion best 
at W.H.S. This former Bir- 
mingham High School student 
rates bowling and skiing with 
friends, Tom and Les, as tops. 
Craig also takes an active part 

in his church fellowship. 
Activities: German Club 3, 4; 
Chess Club 4. 




ARTHUR TURCOTTE 
Pheasant Hill 
Marlboro 
Vocational 

"Life's not life at all without 
delight." 

"Turk" likes math best at 
school . . . usually seen hunt- 
ing or fishing with Georgie. 
This pizza lover plans to enter 
the Navy after graduation. 
Good luck, "Turk" ! 






ras built in 1923 as a plant research and experiment center. 



WILLIAM TYMAN 
275 College Avenue 
Business 

"Easy to know and easier to 
get along with." 
Always ready for a discussion 
is Bill, a Debating Club en- 
thusiast. When he's not bowl- 
ing with the Holy Name Bowl- 
ing League, this friendly lad 
can be found swimming with 
Ernie or Henry. After grad- 
uation Bill hopes to attend 
Bentley's. 
Activities: Debating Club 3. 



REYNOLD IHLIX 
525 Lexington Street 
Technical 

"Rich in the riches of a royal 
heart." 

Trig class enlivens the day of 
this Boys' Club member. Ac- 
companied by Freddy and 
Pablo, "Rennie " relaxes with 
golf and riflery. This lofty 
hazel-eyed student intends to 
receive his higher education at 
either the University of Florida 
or the University of Kansas. 
Activities: German Club 2, 
Rifle Club 2. 3. 4; R.tle Team 
2. 3. -4; Golf Team J, I; Latin 
Club 2. 




DIANE VACCARELLO 
69 Mayall Road 
Business 

"A vjrl like this is always in 
style." 

Mr. Husson's office studies 
and FT. A. meetings make the 
grade with fun loving "Dee." 
Tins former North Junioritc 
plans on attending Lasell Jun- 
ior College and becoming a 
nursery school teacher. Rita 
and Marie know she'll be a 
great success! 

Activities: Future Teachers of 
America 1; Mr. Husson's St.ilt '. 
V ); Homeroom Reprcsint.it 
Red Cross Representative 2; M/ri i 
Subscription St.it t a. 



JUDITH VAGLICA 
172 Summer Street 
College 11 

"Amiability shines by its own 
light." 

Baseball and reading are fa- 
vorites of blue-eyed Judy . . . 
an ardent chicken fan . . . 
enjoys English classes with 

Mr. Belliveau . . . friends 
include Jane and Nancy . . . 
hopes to enter the field ot so- 
cial service following gradua- 
tion. Luck always, Judy! 



JAMES VANARIA 
176 Newton Street 
Tt cbnical 
I i •' ick, look to tit l>n tent, 

look I" the jutt<' 
Handsome Jim is looking for 
ward to a career m aeronauti- 
cal engineering Don't he sut- 
pi ise d it yOU sec Jim sailing 

o\er your house someday in a 
plane he designed himself 
Happy landings, Jim. 
Actiritits: Student Council 

t Show i. Junior Prom 
i mittee J; S< nioi Prom ( om 
mittee 



RONA1 D VANARIA 

Bright Street 
I ' .tl tonal 
if '■ ' ..■ > •■:■. men think 
than wi 

M hanical "Kelly" hke> 
lunches at W II s . e specially 
if it's pizza or ravioli Boating 
anil bowling are keeping him 

physically fit so that he may 
don a handsome Marine uni- 
form Good luck. Ron 




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The Lakeview Congregational Church was founded and organized 
in 1924. 




JAMES VANDERWYK 
29 Wetherbee Road 
Honors 

"He will drink deep of the 
cup of fame, or he will fail; 
his success will never be 
mediocre." 

This future pharmacist has gone 
through the gamut of Waltham 
High's science courses, but en- 
joys homeroom period most of all. 
Outside of school "Van" spends 
much of his time dribbling a 
basketball at the Y.M.C.A. or 
rolling another kind of ball right 
into the one-three pocket. Friends, 
Pablo and Tom, plan to get all 
their prescriptions filled at Jim's 
pharmacy. Happy mixing, Jim ! 
Activities: German Club 2, 3, 4; 
Language Lab Staff 3; Latin Club 
2; Kingsbury Essay Winner 3; 
Science Fair Winner 3. 



JOHN VAUTOUR 
69 Cherry Street 
Vocational 

"By the work you will know 
the workman." 

Anchors Aweigh! Friendly 
"Bud" is sure to be one of 
the sailors aboard as the U. S. 
Navy ship leaves the dock. 
Now though, Bud enjoys the 
fellowship of W.V.H.S. with 
friends, Dick, Harry, and Har- 
vey. All the best in the fu- 
ture, Bud! 




RICHARD VENO 

30 Hiawatha Avenue 
College II 

"Art is the spice of life." 
"Dick" ... the boy with the 
artistic talent . . . paints a 
pretty picture of art school in 

his sure-to-be-successful future. 

Activities: Minor Art Staff 3, 4. 



FREDRICK VILES 
362 Lexington Street 
Technical 

"Through difficulties to suc- 
cess." 

Fred, who comes to W.H.S. 
via North Junior, enjoys tur- 
key with Dave and Rennie. 
Hockey and basketball are a- 
mong the many sports this 
brown-eyed senior enjoys. 
Homeroom period is high on 
Fred's list of favorites. Next 
fall it's off to R.P.I, for Fred. 
Activities: Golf Team 3, 4; Ger- 
man Club 2, 4; Math Club 4; 
Hockey Team 2; Rifle Team 2. 



NANCY VITTUM 
15 Prospect Hill Avenue 
Business 

"Nothing can hurt the heart 
that retains so good a friend." 
A future stenographer, active 
"Nan" is usually seen swim- 
ming or bowling with Nancy 
and Elaine. In school law 
classes with Mrs. Marr and 
bookkeeping classes with Miss 
Mooney rate high . . . out- 
side of school Boys' Club and 
a church group are tops. Good 
luck to a busy girl! 
Activities: Talent Show 4; Girls' 
Sports 2, 3, 4. 



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ROSALIND WADMAN 

26 Chesterbrook Road 
College I 

"She speaks softly and smiles 
gently." 

Blond "Ros" comes to W.H.S. 
from Lexington Junior High 
and can be found listening to 
piano jazz and going to 
hockey games with Sue and 
Kathie . . . church fellowship, 
choir and choristers take up 
this German Club fan's time 
. . . future plans include col- 
lege. Good luck, "Ros" ! 
Activities: German Club 4; French 
Club 4; Main Office Staff 3, 4; 
Mirror Art Staff 4. 




STEPHEN WALKER 
8 Fuller Street 
College II 

"Good nature gives one a well- 
desired place in the world." 
Paul and Bob tell us that 
Steve is a very busy boy with 
Beth Eden Senior Hi, B.Y.F. 
and Odd Fellow's Minute Man 
Lodge; Still, Steve has time 
to enjoy fried clams and rec- 
ords. High school will always 
call to mind trig and solid 
classes. Steve's future in- 
cludes a liberal art course at 
college. 

Activities: Latin Club -i; Weather 
Club 3. A. 



JOHN WALL 
456 Trapelo Road 
Business 

"Always full of fun you bet. 
Just the boy you can't forget!" 
Look for "Jack'' in the near- 
est bowling alley or on the 
nearest basketball court, and 
if you spot "Jack." you'll 
more than likely spot Brian 
and "Pago," too. This happy 
business course major thinks 
typing at W.H.S. is "the 
most!" After graduation 
"Jack" plans to attend a busi- 
ness school and pursue a ca- 
reer in IBM. 

Activities: Homeroom Representa- 
tive 2. 3. -i; Red Cross Represen 
tative 2. 3; Talent Show Commit- 
tee 3. l; Senior Play Committee 
i; Newspaper Staff i. 



The Waltham Boys' Club was opened in 1952, giving the 
boys and girls of the city an opportunity for wholesome 
activity. 




JANICE WAI.MI 
21 la Brow n Street 
Business 

"A loving heart is' the begin- 
ning of all knowledge." 
Vivacious "Red" came to 
W.H S via North Junior . . . 
friends. Ellie and Dora, love 
to share her favorite dish. 
dams and French fries. Darn- 
ing an<.l ice skating also agree 
with this future hairdresser. 
Best of luck. "Red"! 
Activities: Pep Squad ), I; Talent 

SIlOW I. 



Kl VIN WAUGH 
48 Dexter Street 
College 11 

"With malict toward none." 
"Well, maybe if we adjust the 
carburetor . . . Mechanical- 
ly inclined "Kc\" is sen ice- 
bound after graduation Best 
of luck in the future to this 
friendly W.H.S.'er. 



SARAH \\ EBB 
L05 Edgewater Drive 

// ':ors 

"Speech is silver, silence is 
gold, 

"I've got it." shouts "Sally" 
in Miss Hogan's math class 
. . . loves to tool with fig- 
uun Sally can be found at 
Brandeis walking in the li- 
brary Barnard is Sally's first 
choice for college 

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[Ol I W I INI R 

\\ eston Street 
College II 

' II •:.;. > ..' 

is n: ■'■ than M 

Blue-eyed "Wino" enjoys fix- 
ing up cars with tr 
Steve and BuUhv. Tin- 

North Juniorite thinks pizza is 

tops Ar \V H s Wino m- 
io\s lus senior English 
outside he works in the Beth 
Israel Youth Group t 
luck in the future 
Prom An 
Track [cam 2. 



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MAXINE WEINER 
100 Parmenter Road 
College H 

"Charming smile, personality 
plus: She'll be remembered by 
all of us." 

Brown-eyed "Max" spends her 
time as Vice-President of 
U.S.V. and as an officer in 
Rainbow . . . enjoys football 
and basketball games as well 
as going to the Pancake House 
with the kids. "Max" has 
all the attributes of a future 
medical secretary! Best of 
luck, "Max"! 

Activities: Senior Play Committee 
4; Mirror Business Staff 4; Home- 
room Representative 3, 4- Talent 
Show 3, 4. 



LEONARD WENCIS 

44 Hamilton Road 
Honors 

"Everything yields to dili- 
gence." 

"Lenny," a former North 
Juniorite, enjoys attending 
plays when not busy going to 
C.Y.A. meetings. His blue 
eyes sparkle at the thought of 
college and a career as a dra- 
ma critic. All the best, "Len- 
ny." 

Activities: Latin Club 2, 3, 4; 
Newspaper Staff 3. 4; Mirroi 
Literary Staff 4; Latin Club 4. 




We are proud to have as a part of our growing city Brandeis 




JOYCE WERREN 
58 Robbins Street 
Business 

"Quiet and true, a good friend 
for you." 

Sports is one of the most im- 
portant parts of Joyce's curric- 
ulum . . . loves to bowl and 
swim with Joyce and Laurie 
. . . can always be heard yell- 
ing at the rallies. Office work 
will take up most of Joyce's 
time in the future. 
Activities: Girls' Sports 2, 3, 4; 
Business Staff 3, 4; Pep Squad 3; 
Talent Show 4. 



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CAROL WHEELER 
163 V2 Chestnut Street 
College II 

"A gay spirit the live long 
day." 

The finishing touch is the 
name "Millie" in bold strokes 
at the corner. Yes, that is the 
last thing Carol will do to her 
drawings after she graduates 
from the Massachusetts School 
of Art and launches into a 
career in commercial art. How- 
ever, at W.H.S. Carol keeps 
busy just being part of the 
Waltham High student body 
that she likes so much. Best 
of luck to a girl eager to make 
the money she loves to spend. 
Activities: Talent Show 4; Art 
Club 2; Senior Play Staff 4. 



WILLIAM WHEELER 

12 Espic Avenue 
Maynard 
Vocational 
"Thy heart is big." 
Bzz . . . bzz. Chances are 
that's Billy at work training 
himself for a career in car- 
pentry after coming out of the 
Armed Forces. We know Bill 
will have a very successful 
career. 



CHERYLL WHITE 

109 Myrtle Street 
Business 

"A friendly disposition, a 
sweet smile." 

Cheryl enjoys W.H.S. with 
Gloria and Anne. Football 
games, C.Y.O., and sorority 
meetings keep this active miss 
busy. Her plans for the fu- 
ture include a secretarial ca- 
reer. 

Activities: Pep Squad 4; Mirror 
Business Staff 3, 4; Girls' Sports 
2, 3, 4; Talent Show 4. 





Jniversity, the fastest growing college in the country. 



MICHAEL WHITEHOUSE 
87 High Street 
College II 

"The fates will find a way." 
The blue horizon holds a par- 
ticular fascination for this 
friendly senior who takes fly- 
ing lessons and who, as Craig 
and 1 Joe tell us. hopes to try 
his wings in the commercial 
aviation field in the future. 
"Mike" is also a member of 
the National Guard Reserves 
Activities: Student Council 2; Red 
Cross Representative 2. 



MONA WILSON 

171 Circle Drive 
College II 

"A contented spirit is the 
■sweetness of existence." 
"Moe," a new student from 
the Cambridge Hi.uh and Latin 
School, is a serious, brown- 
haired girl with a well plan- 
ned future. She hopes to at- 
tend Eastern Xazarene College 
. . . wants to go into Chris- 
tian work as a missionary 
teacher . . . likes tennis and 
music. May your ambitions be 
realized, Mon.i ' 
Activities: Pep Squad A. 




PATRICIA WILSON 
19 Berkley Street 
Business 

"Better late than never." 
Brown eyes and brown hair 
identify pert "Pat." Listening 
to Johnny Mathis and eating 
pizza with Pauline and Diane 
rate high with this active sen- 
ior. A peck into the future 
reveals bright school years 
ahead at Newton Junior Col- 
lege. Good luck, Pat! 
Activities: Talent V Red 

I Representative I; Senior Play 
Committee I. 



HEATHER WINCHESTER 
80 Warren Street 
Business 

"Where words are tcarce, 
are never spent in vain." 
Quiet Heather formerly at- 
tended North Junior . . . ac- 
tive in her church . . . horse • 
back riding and swimming arc- 
tops with her say friends 
Carole and Joanne . . .fa 
pizza and spaghetti . . . en- 
joyed Driver Ed and Driver 
Road .it WHS. . . . plans 
for the future include attend- 
ing a business J< hool. 
i Girls' Sp.His :, |; 

Guidance Staff t. 



ROBERTA WOODSIDE 

20 Bradford Street 
College II 

"She loves to laugh; fit lovti 
all fun: She's net er c/uiet when 
school is done." 
Friendly Rohcita tame to 
WHS. from Lexington Street 
Junior High. "Berta" can be 
seen sewing an "original" or 
cooking up a tasty dish with 
Helen and Candy. Our brown- 
eyed Betty Crocker hopes to 
attend hairdrcssing school aft- 
er graduation. Good luck, 
Berta! 



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ALLAN WORMWOOD 
5 Derby Street 
Vocational 

"Seriousness and merriment 
are Ki.ir neighbors." 
Friendly "Al" is a member of 
the Auto Body department 
naturally he enjoys working 
with cars . . . also likes add- 
ing to Ins knife collection 
Upon graduation Al plans to 
answer I'mlc Sam's call Best 
of luck! 



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DAVID WRIGHT 

142 Clark Street 
College II 

"Character makes its own des- 
tiny." 

Hazel-eyed Dave craves spa- 
ghetti . . . can be found wan- 
dering down the corridors of 
W.H.S. with Tony and Ernie. 
This artistic former South 
Juniorite's plans include an 
education at Massachusetts 
College of Art. Happy draw- 
ing, Dave ! 
Activities: Latin Club 2. 



LINDA WYMAN 
24 Bradford Street 
College II 

"She is gentle, she is shy, but 
there's a twinkle in her eye." 
Active "Lynn" likes cooking, 
sewing, and bowling with 
Frances and Roberta. Girl 
Scouts and church fellowship 
leave her very little time to 
eat her favorite food, spa- 
ghetti. Linda would like a 
career in nursing. Best of luck 
in the future! 



ROBERT YAMARTINO 
36 Florence Road 
Honors 

"Great is the man n i ho smiles 
at all tasks." 

Red hair, blue eyes, freckles; 
"Yarms" has arrived. Bob 
plans to be a physicist after 
graduating from Tufts Uni- 
versity. Yarms, a ham radio 
operator in his spare time, 
can be found with Gus, Carl, 
and Benz. 

Activities: Senior Band 2, 3, 4; 
German Club 2, 3, 4; Ornics 
Club 2, 3; Audio-Visual Staff 
2, 3, 4; Latin Club 2. 



VIRGINIA ZANCO 

155 River Street 
College II 

"A gentle mind by gentle 
deeds is known." 
Brown-eyed Ginnie, a former 
South Juniorite, gets the 
greatest enjoyment in dancing. 
Bowling, singing, and eating 
fried chicken with Kathy and 
Frannie also rate highly. 
W.H.S. teachers are the best, 
this future secretary claims. 
Best of luck in the future, 
Ginnie! 



EARL BOSQUET 
Maple Street 
Pepperell, Mass. 
I 'ocational 

This friendly senior hails 
from Pepperell. He commutes 
daily to our Vocational High 
for his favorite class in archi- 
tectural drawing. You'll find 
him eating steak with Al. 

Bob, or Bill. 

Activities: Safety Committee 4. 

BARBARA BUCKLEY 

19 Stow Street 
College II 

Hot water bottles and thermo- 
meters are in the future of 
this blue-eyed senior . . . 
thinks training with Vanna 
and Lorraine would be tops 
. . . Italian foods are enough 
to cure her ailments. 
Activities: Pep Squad i; Library 
Council 4. 

DAVID BURKE 

150 Massasoit Street 
Technical 

"Trigger," a graduatt of 
South Junior High, goes for 
coffee and cake roll with his 
best friend Ken. After leaving 
WHS., this blond senior 
plans to go into the field of 
auto mechanics. When not 
studying. Dave enjoys work- 
ing on cars. 



EDWARD CARMEL 
62 Hammond Street 
College II 

"Ed" eyes a teaching career 
after college . . . former mem- 
ber of the Dartmouth High 
student body, now devoted to 
Waltham . . . also treasures 
his sailing experiences . . . 
all predictions indicate smooth 
sailing for Ed. 
Activities: Debating Club 2, 3. 

WILLIAM CARNEY 

103 Milner Street 
Vocational 

Serious Bill, a member of 
the drafting course, comes 
from Lexington Street Junior 
High . . . enjoys reading in 
his spare time . . . often seen 
with best friend Ray . . . 
looks forward to graduation 
and then the service. 

JAMES DAIGLE 

571 Main Street 
College II 

"Jimmy," who came to 
W.H.S. from St. Mary's, 
can usually be found with 
Steve and Larry. This blue- 
eyed senior enjoys his college 
course subjects. His future 
plans are obscure at present, 
but he will be successful at 
whatever he attempts. 



PAMELA KENT 
17 Virginia Road 
Business 

"Pam" comes straight from 
the heart of Fort Worth, 
Texas. This sweet miss sees 
a future career as an airline 
stewardess. A vivacious girl 
with a yen for exotic dishes, 
she swims, models, and bowls 
with equal facility. 
Activities: Talent Show 4. 

CHARLES KIMBALL 

74 Plympton Street 
Vocational 

"Sonny." a future serviceman, 
keeps busy • with the Boys 
Club and C.Y.O. meetings. 
This stock car fan likes his 
math classes best at Vocational 
High. Sonny can often be 
found eating sea food with 
best friends, Art and Roy. 

DANIEL LINNELL 
71 Indian Road 
Vocational 

Daniel enjoys Shop at W.V.H. 
. . . favorite foods include 
steak. This Lexington Street 
Junior High graduate hopes 
to enter the Auto Body busi- 
ness with Billy, Tony, and 
Ed. Good luck, Daniel. 



james McCarthy 

53 Pine Hill Circle 
College II 

Good-natured "Jim" is most 
often seen with John and 
Dick roaming the corridors or 
hunting , for game. Newton 
Junior College is next on this 
graduate's horizon. 

STEVEN MEARLS 
60 Brightwood Road 
College II 

Easy-going "Steve" dislikes 
people who are always in a 
rush . . . wishes all his classes 
were in the new wing. This 
friendly lad can often be seen 
with Lenny and Steve. Next 
fall Steve will be off to school 
again to further his educa- 
tion. 

ROBERT PARSONS 
9 Hiawatha Avenue 

Vocational 

"Let's get some sea food!" 
cries Bob . . • loves shop 
and theory classes at the Vo- 
cational High . . . water 
sports also rate high on his 
list of greats. Bob plans to 
be a builder. Best of every- 
thing, Bob! 



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YOUTH SPEAKS 



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1962 



"Ours is not an era of common men or mediocre objectives. Today the world has 
need of the uncommon man, the man who will dare to set his goals always just 
beyond his grasp. We must be such men, for we are tomorrow's leaders; we are the 
brightest hope of a troubled world in search of peace." 

SUSAN CROSS 

"Leadership of the right kind is gravely needed in the world today ... If one is 
to be a true leader, he must have an upright character and be willing to serve others, 
as well as to be served by his followers. Leadership must be unselfish. If a person 
desires leadership only because of such motives as glory and popularity, without being 
genuinely interested in those whom he would guide, he will certainly be a failure. 
A leader must think and act for others and do what he feels is best, regardless of public 
opinion." 

JOANNA CAHILL 

"The future of the world rests within the minds of youth, and what we do, or don't 
do, in regard to developing the potential of young Americans will determine the fate 
of our country . . . An informed citizenry is the backbone of our nation, for the citizen 
who lacks knowledge and understanding of the times in which he lives cannot be a 
"good citizen'." 

ROSE GENOVA 

"With lack of purpose comes stagnation, and with lack of mental energy and 
originality comes deterioration. We must meet the problems of space and of com- 
munism. Are we meeting them with our full force? We are not if we are letting 
others think and work for us while we become the slaves of mechanization. Machines 
should supplement human physical and mental activity, not eliminate it . . . Mechani- 
zation should make life more challenging and rewarding, not easier." 

RICHARD MESERVE 

"Because much has been given us — much is expected of us . . . Strive to serve your 
generation well, for it has been said, 'He who would be greatest among you must be 
the servant of all.' . . . The simple everyday courtesies that each of us can extend to 
each other, the faculty, our friends, and our parents, such as kindness to our fellow- 
students, cooperation and tact in the classroom, attentiveness to our elders — form a life 
pattern which we will carry beyond the classroom into experiences and situations to 
be encountered in the future." 

BETH GALLAGHER 

"If every man of a ship's crew does his ultimate best at whatever is his assigned or 
chosen task, that ship can win any race. Our ship of state is in a race now — a close race — 
with the vessel that bears the Russian emblem, and it is our duty as the crew ol our 
nation-ship to make sure that each one of us contributes his best to the task; that each 
one of us becomes increasingly aware of both his personal and his national duty. We 
must become the best businessmen, the best scientists, the best educators, the best 
artists, the best athletes, the best craftsmen, and, above all, the best citizens — then. mk\ 
only then, will \vc indeed be worthy of our international trust." 

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Life is a journey that leads us down the road of time. 
Today one small but important segment of that journey 
is drawing to a close. As we turn and look back on the 
path we have traveled these last three years, we see a 
series of milestones which have marked our high school 
life. 

As we took our first halting steps down the narrow 
pathway that was to grow ever wider through the next 
three years, we elected as our Sophomore Class officers 
Ronald Lopez, president; Anne Fucci, vice-president; Elsa 
Durkee, secretary; and Raymond Dougan, treasurer. With 
pride, we acknowledged the advent of Waltham High's 
first Honors Course. Other distinctions which came to 
the Class of 1962 were Jeremy Hagger's election as treas- 
urer of the Junior Classical League of Massachusetts; 
Richard Meserve's Honorable Mention for Region I in 
the Science Achievement Awards for the I960 Student 
Program of the Future Scientists of America; and, finally, 
the selection of Susan Cross and Deborah Carr as Red 
Cross Representatives to be sent for a week of training 
to Hood College in Maryland. 

Just around the corner from the Sophomore year lay 
the Junior year with its expanding horizons, both socially 
and scholastically. We commenced this important year by 
electing as class officers Joanne Straggas, president; Anne 
Fucci, vice-president; Elsa Durkee, secretary; and Ernest 
Ansara, treasurer. In the annual Kingsbury Temperance 
Fund essay contest Priscilla Moore won the grand city- 
wide prize; James Vanderwyck, first prize in Waltham 
High; Joanna Cahill and Jeremy Haggar, second prizes; 
Karen Blomen and Richard Meserve, third prizes; Gloria 
Gosselin and Suellen Childs fourth prizes; John Morris- 
son and Robert Fiorelli, fifth prizes; and Marsha Gard- 
ner and John McDonald, sixth prizes. Other writers who 
added to the glory of the class were Sally Madden for 
her poem Snoivflake Soliloquy, published in the National 
Anthology of High School Poetry, and the two United 
States History Honors Course classes who won a George 
Washington Honor Medal for their history of Waltham 
churches. Honors in the scientific field helped our class 
reach another milestone on the road to progress. Sally 
Madden and Robert Yamartino were selected to partici- 
pate in the fourth annual Summer Science Program at 
Thayer Academy in Braintree while Janet Swift was in- 



vited to take part in the summer science program in bi- 
ology at Brandeis University. 

Stepping off the road for one evening, we entered the 
realm of Shangri-La, the scene of our Junior Prom. 

Representing Waltham High at Girls' State was Rose 
Genova, and at Boys' State, Glenn Moulton. 

At graduation Richard Meserve received the Phi Beta 
Kappa Book Award, John Crane the Harvard Book 
Award, and Jeremy Hagger the History Book Award. 

Thus in glory ended that segment of the road that 
we all traveled in our Junior year. 

As we took up the journey again as seniors, we entered 
the new academic and science wing of Waltham High 
School. Much as we will remember the beautiful new 
cafeteria, the wonderful modern gym, and the labs, I 
am sure we will remember more vividly the bridge in 
its unfinished state (especially noticeable when wet), 
the long period of half days, and the W-105 Club! At 
this time also the Waltham Vocational High School 
welcomed a new principal, Mr. Lloyd VanArsdale. 

We elected as Senior Class officers Robert Pantanella, 

' 'ent; June Mosca, 



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dent; Elsa Durkee, secretary; and Beth Perna, treasurer. 

Raymond Dougan and Barbara Donahue were selected 
as co-editors of The Minor. This Week at Waltham High 
was edited by Suellen Childs and John McDonald, with 
Grover Kinsman, Laurence Sicotte, and Thomas Mancuso 
as Vocational Editors. 

Returning from a summer in Austria, our A.F.S. ex- 
change student Richard Meserve greeted Mariella Mella 
from Italy, Henry Olela from Kenya, and Doris Rawak 
from Uruguay, who were to join us along the road to 
graduation. 

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In the realm of sport 
the gridiron by seniors Thomas Lucaa, j 
Robert Crowley, Michael Har 
Allenburg, Grover Kinsm; 
Ronald Lopez. Our conquei 
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Madden, and Mary Dawson, Nancy Chapdelaine, Geral- 
dine Fahey, Geraldine Stankard, and Denise Fournier. 

Chosen to represent Waltham High at the Woman's 
Club were Joanne MacClary, Elizabeth Perna, Maxine 
Weiner, and Susan Sinclair. Our D.A.R. Representative- 
was Susan Cross. 

Showing their theatrical versatility were James Belyea, 
Judy Carey, Vanna Stenquist, Rose Genova, Gilbert 
Scott, Susan Piper, Joseph McMenimen, John McDonald, 
Arthur Shriberg, Steven Brinn, Neal Poole, Deborah 
Schofield, Marion Frechette, Linda LeBlanc, Elsa Durkee, 
Sally McCuIlough, and Mary Dawson, who took part in 
the Senior Class Play, entitled Come Over To My House, 
which was directed by Thomas Hastier. 

Our queenly contestants in the March of Dimes con- 
test were Mary Dawson and June Ornstedt. 

More honors were reaped when Sally Madden became a 
finalist in the Westinghouse Science Talent Search and 
Rose Genova in the National Merit Scholarship competi- 
tion. At the same time Thomas Mancuso and Laurence 
Sicottc from the Vocational High School were awarded 
a certificate from the Graphic Art Institute of New Eng- 
land for their excellence in printing. 

Our basketball team, led by Captain Glenn Moulton, in- 
cluded Richard Meserve, Dennis Larson, Charles Grin- 
rod, and Edward Burns. 

With hockey cheerleaders Judi Glossa and Joanna 
Cahill, co-captains, and Maureen Fahey, Janet Chase, 
and Debbie Carr to inspire them, the hockey team, which 
included seniors Victor Doucette, captain; Stephen Brinn; 
David Littlefield; Barry Foster; Robert Allenburg; Robert 
Cincotta; David Magner; and Alan McCarthy, played 
many close games at the Arena. The tie with Arlington 
and victories over Medford and Rindge were especially 
rewarding. 

While we were engaged in athletic pursuits, twenty- 
two of our scholars received recognition by being elected 
to the National Honor Society. 

The sport in which we most distinguished ourselves 
was track, which was started in our sophomore year. The 
following seniors were members of the fine teams: cap- 
tain of cross-country John Crane, captain of indoor-out- 



door track John Niose, and Robert Sevene, David Jack- 
son, Richard Milligan, Frederick Viles, Richard Hartwell, 
John Crane, Charles Cotton, Robert Macfarlane, Michael 
Hargrcaves, Alfred Cosgrove, Alfred B.irbrr, Robert Pan- 
tanella, Thomas Eastler, Alan Umbrello, Grover Kinsman, 
Robert LeLieuvre, Thomas Lucas, and Richard Meserve. 

As the road neared its end, we prepared for adult 
responsibilities by electing Elsa Durkee and Charles Berry- 
as Student Government Day Representatives. ■ Raymond 
Dougan, Priscilla Moore, Susan Cross, James Belyea, and 
and Jack Morway were chosen to be members of the Stu- 
dent Exchange Committee. The Vocational High School 
chose as its representatives Grover Kinsman, Laurence 
Sicotte, and Frank Carbone. In addition, members of the 
Senior Honors Democracy Class won the George Wash- 
ington Medal from the Freedoms Foundation at Valley 
Forge. 

In March of this year, Judy Annunciata, Joan Appol- 
lonio, Cheryl Aucoin, Joyce Engebretson, Marilyn Foster, 
Sandra LaFort, June Ornstedt, Joyce Setzer, Carol Nel- 
son, Geraldine Fahey, Nancy Sawyer, Nancy Semenchuk, 
Mary Rasch, Cheryl White, Joyce Werren, Claire O'Neil, 
Joanne Mikula, and Beth Gallagher were given Gregg 
awards for their speed and excellence in shorthand. 

As we neared the end of our journey, the Senior Class 
presented a tribute to America in the form of its Talent 
Show entitled "So Proudly We Hail," directed by Thomas 
Eastler. 

Amidst the glow of Harbor Lights, we danced a glori- 
ous finale to our high school career at our Senior Prom. 

And so, leaving the road that has given us both knowl- 
edge and pleasure, we go out to face the greater chal- 
lenges that lie before us. 



Co-Chairmen 

Margaret Manzon 
Priscilla Moore 

Assisted by 
Suellen Childs 
Gloria Gosselin 
Sarah Webb 
Arthur Shriberg 
Evelyn Falter 



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Executive Producers • 
John G. McDonald, Jr. 
Jeremy J. Hagger 

Technical Advisor 
Richard F. Hood 



Harbinger Productions 

present 

WEEKEND IN WALTHAMIA 

Research 

Karen Blomen 

Deborah Carr 
Denise Fournier 

Joan Mullen 
Joanne Straggas 

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT— To the charming inhabitants of Walthamia, all graduates of the 
Class of 1962 at Waltham High in the United States of America, we are extremely grateful 
for their co-operation in the filming of this travelogue. We are especially indebted to the 
Emperor, who is the only elected monarch in the history of government, for his kindness and 
hospitality. 

Far below our jet, in the midst of an aluminum foil sea, just visible between the cotton 
clouds, a dark mass of land appears — our first glimpse of the Isle of Walthamia. As we circle 
the island, a flash of reflected sunlight fastens our wandering eye on the Walthamia-Astoria, 
one of the many Anderson hotels. 

"Give me your attention, please," says Captain Charles Smith over the airliner's speaker 
system. "We will be setting down in about five minutes. Your stewardesses. Miss Hoffses, Miss 
Kelley, and Miss Pasquali, will help you fasten your seatbealts. That is all." 

The big jets hum confidently as we sweep in on the long white ribbon of runway. Immediately 
upon leaving the plane we are impressed by the ultra modern airport which is complete with 
a traveling lounge which whisks us to the main lobby of the sprawling airport. Amidst the hustle 
and bustle of the arrivals and departures we somehow check our return reservations with 
receptionist Rita Methot and cash in our temporary insurance with Beverly Cumbert. Next we are 
cordially greeted by Walthamia's Prime Minister Raymond Dougan and the welcoming com- 
mittee: John Milmore, Ronald Rando, Thomas Giardina, and Patricia Wilson, and the Prime 
Minister's secretary, Beth Gallagher. After the welcoming ceremonies are finished, we take a 
limousine to the capitol. The route from the airport to the government plaza is over-whelming. 
As the beautifully landscaped William J. Gallagher Highway rises up to the central plateau 
of the island, it looks down over the Garber-Farina Golf Course which is flanked on one 
side by the rich forests of Walthamia, under the supervision of Lord High Forester, Rodney 
Lawrence, and bordered on the other side by the Rodney Clarke Beach and Amusement Center. 
As we climb upward, we pass a Lopez-Malone truck going over the Porter Bridge, which 
crosses the MacFarlane River. The bridge was constructed by the Morway, Landrigan, Viles, 
Lucas, Flynn Engineering Corporation and is dedicated to Robert Porter, Walthamia's leading 
physicist; the river is named for Walthamia's outstanding mathematician. Both of these men of 
science are presently members of the Madden-Meserve Technical Research Center founded 
in the honor and memory of Mary L. Hogan. We are suddenly aroused from our thoughts 
on these facts by the appearance of the magnificent government center directly ahead. Our 
attention is first arrested by the tremendous murals that were painted on the capitol building's 
western facade by Richard Veno. 

"Good afternoon. Welcome to Walthamia!" exclaims Thomas Neville as we leave our limousine. 
"As assistant to the Emperor I will be your host for today, since his Highness is at the moment 
in conference with Miss Judith Glossa, President of the Walthamian Biochemical Society; then 
he must meet with Robert Morreale, Janet Pittari, Linda Ryan, Nancy Maher, Sally Shea, Helen 
Keefe, Marion Frechette, and Kathleen Toohil, all members of the Walthamia Teachers' Association. 
I don't know how I remember all those names and appointments. I guess it's becayse of 
Charlene Flynn, Beverly Moldoff, and Judy Malloy; they're all my secretaries, you know. Well, 
if you'll follow me, we can see the inspection of the capitol guard before we begin the tour." 

At the front steps of the capitol building we see the honor guard resplendent in their uniforms 
of red and white. Captain Ronald Doucett reads the roll — P. Hersom, J. Daigle, R. Ahlman, 
A. Hall, R. Halleran, W. Demeo, R. Vanaria, R. Orris, R. LeBlanc. They all snap smartly 
to attention and then march off in perfect step to their respective posts. Then we return to our 
limousine for our tour of the island. Our first stop is the Caughlan Memorial Hospital where 
we are greeted by nurses Carol Rivers, Joanne Melvin, Linda Wyman, Barbara Buckley, Mary 
Carroll, Fayth Bishop, and Harriet Brownell. Then we are led into the operating room where 
doctors Crane, Brinn, and Hargreaves and their secretaries, Diana Jackson, Maxine Weiner, and 
Pierina Cianci, are huddled around the operating table. 

"Scalpel," says Doctor Crane. 

"Scissors," says Doctor Brinn. 

After a whispered question we find that they are operating on Craig Johnston, Walthamia's 
leading commercial artist. From the hospital we proceed up the main street of metropolitan 
Walthamia. Our attention is particularly arrested by the huge Shute Department Store whose 
manager, Alan McCarthy, is world-renowned for his business administration techniques. The 
ultra-modern Lando-Babineau Garage, the Fries-Sheehan-Bari Bowling Center, the Alagna-Aucoin- 
Brandon Secretarial School, the Littlefield-Vanaria Aeronautical Engineering Corporation, and 
the David Wright Art Studios all catch our attention as we proceed down the main street. 
Especially notable are the buildings at either end of the mile-long street. On the west end 
is the Mona Wilson Church named in honor of Walthamia's dedicated missionary. On the other 



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end is the twenty story Katz-Tribune Building, Walthamia's leading publishing house and home 
of the Tribune. It is there that we are headed to meet the busy editor-in-chief, Dana Katz. 

After a quick elevator ride, we find ourselves in the executive offices of the W'.illb.imi.i 
Tribune. After passing the desks of Nancy DeMont, Marilyn Foster, Kathleen Grimes, Sandra 
LaFort, Carol Nelson, Joanne Mikula, and Janice Baumann — Miss Katz' secretaries we arrive 
at the sanctum sanctorum of the editor, who greets us warmly and tells us that she has just 
returned from the Breault, Woodside, Walsh Beauty Salon and must soon be off to the House 
)f MacClary, where a special fashion show is to be held by Power's graduate Judie Annunciata. 

"Perhaps you could come," asks Miss Katz. 

As much as we should like to go with her, we tell her that our schedule does not permit. 
According to Supreme Secretary Neville we must return to the government center shortly. 
So back we go to our limousine, and then we head once again for the government plaza after 
a short tour of the Delaney-Crowe Athletic Center with manager Albert Porter. Back at the 
capitol we are enthusiastically welcomed by Lord High Commissioner of Entertainment and 
Court Jester Neal Poole, who tells us about the big entertainment plans that have been made 
for the evening. 

"Oh, there'll be a chorus from the Brock-Bisson-Rousseau Dance Academy. There'll be a dra- 
matic scene by Linda LeBlanc. Stephen Gullotti and Pat Fedele will play their guitars, and 
Henry Powers will do his imitations of great singers of the past, and Fll do my act," Neal tells us. 

The supreme Secretary then leads us into the capitol building reception room, where a great 
crowd of people are waiting to see the Emperor. Legal secretaries Christine Forrester and Nancy 
Sawyer are rushing about trying to take care of the many claims, complaints, and requests. 
Eileen Joyce and Peter Travaline of the Travaline- Joyce Public Relations Institute rush up to Sec- 
retary Neville spouting plans for a big promotional campaign for Walthamia's chief industry. 
The existence of this industry suddenly becomes evident to us as the Lord High Secretary of 
Public Engineering, Carl Fredrickson. comes stomping into the lobby staring at his naked 
wrist and exclaiming, "What time is it? Where is my watch? What time is it? A million 
clocks and I don't know what time it is!" A rustle of garments and the click of opening 
pocket watches fills the room as everyone present checks the time. However, more than one 
time is heard from the many answering voices. 

"Four-fifteen. Four-twenty. Four-ten. Four-thirty. Four-seventeen. All different! A disgrace! 
What time is it? One whole island-nation dedicated to the making of time-pieces, and no two people 
have the same time. Where is the Lord High Time Keeper? Where is Sir Conrad Caldwell?" 

"Here I am. Sir," says Sir Caldwell as he rushes in with his hundreds of watches rattling 
and ticking uproariously. 

"Well! Well? What time is it?" demands Fredrickson. 

"Er-ah-seven A.M. in Moscow. Ah . . . eleven-thirty P.M. in New York . . . let's see . . . 
4:30 A.M. in London." 

"Yes, yes, yes! Off with his head! What time is it here? What time is it? Guards! Off with 
his watch ... his head . . . oh!" The secretary stalks off raging and shaking his head 
"What I need is a transistorized watch." 

Chuckling to ourselves, we proceed to the office of the Lord High Chancellor of Hospitality 
and Welcome, Joanna Cahill, who greets us warmly and leads us to our chambers, where 
we prepare for the festivities ahead. As we are getting ready. Hunting Masters Robert Allen- 
berg and David Ramich return from their day in the wild forests of Walthamia. where they 
have shot a number of pheasants, deer, and other game for the evening's banquet. At last the 
hour comes. We are ushered ceremoniously into the main dining room. We are seated near 
the head of the table along with the Prime Minister, Council of Advisors, and the executives 
of the Walthamia Watch and Clock Corporation — Paul Doucette, Paul Yurkus, Judith Hardiman. 
William Doheny, Theresa LeBlanc, R. Callahan, Julieanne Curtis. Frances Cincotta. Gloria 
Gosselin, Theodore Prophet, and John Guerin. After a fabulous meal the entertainment begins 
in the Belliveau Memorial Theater, which was designed by Andrew Martocchia and built by 
the Fitzgerald, Davis, Bradley, Hargadon, and Knippel Company. We are very much impressed 
by the theatre and the recorded stereophonic music supplied by a system designed by the 
Kirley-Berry Electronics Corporation. The familiar Sicotte Publishing Company trademark program 
catches our attention for a moment just before a fanfare announces the arrival of the Emperor. 

"His Royal Highness, Emperor Glenn the First of the most High Moulton Dynastv 

The audience rises as the royal company moves down the aisle to the royal box. In the train 
we see executive- assistants. Joan DiVico, Claire O'Neil, Ronald Ferro. and June M"v.i each 
of whom carries a basketball or football (the Emperor is a great sportsman). 

The music begins. The curtains swing back, and the star-studded spectacle begins Hut too 
soon it is over, and we find ourselves back in our rooms. However, the next day we arc rewarded by 
the magnificent tour of the rest of the island with our guide Lord High Forester. Rodney 
Lawrence. The views are magnificent, the scenery unbelievable; we find it hard to leave when 
the time comes. As our jet pushes the earth away behind it. we chat with the one \\ althamian who 
is returning with us on his way to California — Gene Hamilton — and then we gaze hack at the 
island which has been landscaped to resemble a huge clock face. The sunlight strikes the polished 
surfaces of the government center and plays back and forth as if on the facets ol a diamond 
The nose of our steel eagle points westward, and the tiny kingdom ot Walthamia a fairyland o( 
past and present — sinks back into the waves like a dreamfish returning to the peaceful depths 
of the ocean. 

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We, the glorious Class of 1962, being of well-trained minds and, thanks to one-way traffic 
between buildings, sound bodies, hereby bequeath and devise to the faculty and students of our 
Alma Mater the following: 

To our beloved headmaster, Mr. Gallagher, we leave a cloverleaf to relieve congestion in 
front of the main office. 

To Mr. Van Arsdale, director of the Vocational High School, we leave an electronically-con- 
trolled parking area to accommodate the overflow of cars from the high school faculty. 
Mr. May can now add a hand-painted Hawaiian tie to his already famous collection. 
We bequeath to Mr. Hood a box of exuberance and a new copy of Ethan Frome. 
Mr. Morang is the proud recipient of a matched set of TGIF and OHIMA flags. 

We give Mr. Husson a twin brother to help him find just the right person for each and every 
business position. 

So that her students can sing French songs while she plays the piano, we will Miss Belts a choral 
room. 

We bequeath a large glass case in which to display her innumerable Valley Forge medals to 
Miss McCullough. 

For our patient and kind secretaries. Miss Murray and Mrs. Slaman, we will pay full tuition 
for a course in dramatics to enhance their performances on the new P. A. system. 

Shod in a new pair of shoes. Miss Hogan can walk down the corridors of W. H. S. to her 
official course in elementary mathematical functions with a series of B. C. clickers for accompani- 
ment. 

To Mr. Avery we leave a fool-proof method for untangling his standard wave slinky and a kick- 
resistant wall. 

We are sure that Mr. Benedict will be delighted with a German shepherd dog to take along on 
future ski trips. 

Mr. Garrahans bookcase now contains a leather-bound, gilt-edged edition of his "fascinating" 
word games with a color picture of the Isle of View on the title page. 

We proudly give to Mr. Neylon an objective, unbiased history book and, best of all, unlimited 
extensions on yearbook deadlines. 

To Miss Tahaney we leave another classroom of "delightful" boys to adopt into her already 
enormous family, and a year in which to straighten them out. 

Mr. Hendry will view with surprise a red finger with which to make his innumerable corrections. 
This gift is appropriate because the budget on red pencils is being drastically reduced. 
For the pleasure of the rest of the school we will the Home Economics Department a fan to 
spread the delicious aroma of freshly baked goodies throughout the building. 
For the happiness and joy of his future classes we bequeath to Mr. Lynch a gold-plated 2x4 
for his many board meetings; a large jar of peanut butter and a box of crackers for the collation. 
To Mr. Rames we give a manual on how to construct plant pressers and one field trip to 
Drumlin Farm. 

We honor Mr. Belliveau with the title of "Most Appreciated Producer of the Year," and award 
him unlimited access to the Lexington Street Junior High auditorium. 

Our gift to Miss Hale is a flag from every country in the world to give her International Relations 
Club room the proper atmosphere. 

Miss Mooney will finally get a new homeroom equipped with an air-conditioner, a clock, and 
a class of silent girls. 

We lea\e Mr. Mrugala a diary in which to write his numerous adventures with driver road 
students. 

So that he may announce future Blessed Events in the style to which the rest of the faculty 
is accustomed, we bequeath to Mr. O'Brien a carton of cigars. 
To Mr. Yetten we leave a copy of Utopia and a baseball team without senioritis. 

Mrs. Keenan can now study Latin to her heart's content with a lifetime supply of Cicero's fame 
and glory with matching arguments and debates. 

We dub Mrs. Carney "Songwriter of the Year" for her new Waltham High song. 
To Miss Hogarty we leave a diamond-studded gavel to use in her new lecture hall. 
Mr. Lando may have the dubious pleasure of ten three-foot pencils and a 
session slips to keep him in a constant state of ecstasy. 

The gym department will receive doubly active classes to make up for this 
To the Junior Class we bequeath 180 chances to emulate our success as seniors. 
To the sophomores we leave hope. 

We do hereby ordain and set our seal to this most solemn document, and do choose and appoint 
Mrs. Shirley, Mrs. Brown, and Mr. Meader to carry out our wishes. 

Chairmen 

Rose Genova 
Dana Katz 

Assistants 

Maureen Fahey 

Marsha Gardner 

Sally Madden 

Claire O'Neil 

Leonard Wencis 

Grover Kinsman — Vocational 





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On the evening of February 17, 
1961, the Lexington Street Junior 
High School gym was transformed 
into a beautiful Shangri-La. 



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TALENT SHOW 

"So Proudly We Hail" will long be 
remembered by the Class of '62 as one 
of the brightest spots of our Senior Year. 
Under the expert direction of Tom East- 
ler, cast, committees, and staffs all worked 
hard and long in an effort to produce 
nothing less than a terrific show — which 
it was! 

All profits of the show, of course, 
were put to the worthy cause of sup- 
porting our A.F.S. exchange program. 



Greeting in New York 



Mr. Maestro and Co. 







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Our faculty also enjoyed a wonderful evening at the Prom. 



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On the evening of May 25, 1962, our 
memorable Senior Prom took place in 
the newly constructed and beautifully 
decorated gym. 

From above, entering couples caught 
a lovely view of colorful gowns and deco- 
rations. The Prom theme was "Harbor 
Lights" and, complete with fishing nets 
and a lighthouse, the evening was a won- 
derful success. 

The Senior Prom Committee is cer- 
tainly to be congratulated for doing such 
a wonderful job; their efforts were much 
appreciated by the rest of the Class of 
'62. 




OUR PROM COMMITTEE 



TO THE MUSIC OF 
VIN VANTIM 





"Felicitas Meta Ultima," "Happiness — the Ultimate Goal." 

Surely no one who was present for the 1962 Class Day exercises could have denied 
that this is an excellent motto for our exuberant class. 

"This," said our Class President, Bob Pantanella, "is our informal fun time preceding 
the more serious event — graduation." Fun time it was. The stage at the I. B. E. W. 
Hall was graced with the presence of June Ornstedt, our Class Day Queen, and 




CLoai -Oau CLommittee. 



Anne Fucci, Chairman 



GERALDINE BAM 
HARRIET BROWNELL 
RALPH BUTLER 
CHARLES COTTON 
JOEL OAJIDINER 
CROVER KINSMAN 
RODNEY LAWRENCE 



SARAH MADDEN 
RUSSELL MALONE 
JOHN MANCUSO 
VICTOR NICOLAI 
ROBERT NTEMYSKI 
DEBORAH SCHOFTELD 
NANCY SAWYER 



SARAH MAE WEBB 



Senior Clou. (Dffu 



Robert 3. Pantanella 
Brian R. Robicheau 
June A. Mosca 
Jacquelyn C. Skane 



Presuient 

Vice-President 

Secretary 

Treasurer 



Mary Dawson 



Cxaii J^ay Queen 
June Ornstedt 

(^Tttindcxnti. 
Vanna Stenquist 



Janet Stesipson 



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her lovely court of attendants, and a spirit of levity prevailed as the Class History, 
Prophecy, and Will were read — with many pauses for laughter and applause. The Senior 
Superlatives were then announced and the 1962 Mirror was dedicated to Mr. Gallagher 
by Co-Editors Ray Dougan and Barbara Donahue. 

Thus ended another happy day for graduating seniors — another day of memories and 
fun. 




Clan -Ouy \P to j tarn 



SELECTIONS 
PROCESSION \L 
ADDRESS OP WELCOME 



VUlth.m High School Banc. 
Our Bud 



Robert J. PjmuSLU 
President o( the du ol 1962 

CLASS HISTORY Marcaret Manzos, Prijcilla Moore. Cluurme* 

Auuted fry 

SUELLEN CH1LDS SALLY SHEA 

EVELYN FALTER ARTHUR SHRJRERC 

CLORIA GOSSELTN SARAH MAE WEBB 



SOLOIST 

CLASS PROPHECY 



Karen Blomcn 



Jeremy Hagcer, John McDonald. Chairmen 
ItMitil fry 
KAREN BLOMEN DENISE FOURMER 

DEBORAH CARR JOAN MULLEN 

J"*NNE STRACCAS 



'"'.ASS WILL 



MAUREEN FAHEY 
MARSHA CARDNER 
OROVER KINSMAN 



Ro« Genova, Dana Katz, Chairmen 

h 

SARAH MADDEN 
CLAIRE tVNEIL 
LEONARD WENdS 



AWARD OF GIFTS Diane Vaccarello ajcd Rorert Alixnrerg 

DEDICATION o( 1962 MIRROR lo Htidmaitrr William J. Calla«h« 
RECESSIONAL Our Band 




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MOST RESPECTED 
Susan Cross Roberta Pantanella 

MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED 

Rose Genova Richard Meserve 

PERSONALITY PLUS 

Anne Fucci James Belyea 

MOST ATHLETIC 

Janet Swift Robert Sevene 

DID MOST FOR CLASS 
Barbara Donahue Raymond Dougan 







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Elsa Durkce Stephen Gullotti 

BEST LOOKING 

June Ornstedt Robert Allenberg 

VOCATIONAL HIGH 

DID MOST FOR CLASS 
Grover Kinsman 

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Picture of a graduate 



GRADUATION DAY 



Slowly and solemnly the Class of 1962 marched into the beautiful 
Ullman Amphitheatre of Brandeis University for the graduation 
exercises which would mark the beginning as well as the end of some 
of the most important years of our lives. 

After the invocation was given by the Reverend Louis R. Beck- 
with, we took our seats and heard the address of welcome given by 
Class President, Bob Pantanella. The three honor speeches of the 
evening were delivered by Richard Meserve, Rose Genova, and John 
McDonald (also our class poet) and each emphasized different phases 
of our graduation theme: "Goals for Young Americans." 

After the presentation of the Class Gifts by Sally Madden and 
Charles Berry, Mr. Gallagher introduced our honored guests and 
proceeded to announce the scholarship awards and prizes. Then, row 
by row, we filed across the stage to receive our diplomas. 

Benediction was given by the Reverend Robert W. Baer C. S. P., 
Catholic Chaplain of Brandeis, to close the evening's ceremonies. Then 
with mixed emotions the Class of 1962 rose to sing our National 
Anthem and to give one more cheer for Waltham High. We then 
marched from the .amphitheatre in the gathering dusk of that evening 
of June 4, 1962, with many memories and with many hopes for the 
future in our hearts. 



Recipients of School Committee Keys 




MR. MAYOR 




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OUR CLERGY 



THE STEPS TO DESTINY 




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BOSTON COLLEGE 




Belyea, James Harvard University 

Brinn, Stephen Brown University 

NROTC 

Cahill, Joanna Regis College 

Crane, John Lake Forest College 

Cross, Susan Regis College 

Dawson, Mary Catherine Laboure 

Dougan, Raymond Tufts Unnersity 

Gardner, Marsha Boston University 

Genova, Rose Boston College 

Gustavson, Glenn Brandeis University 

Hagger, Jeremy Bowdoin College 

Henebury, Patricia St. Elizabeth's 

Jackson, David Tufts University 

Kate, Dana Brandeis University 

Madden, Sally Jackson College 

Mangie, Dianne Newton-Wellesley 

Manzon, Margaret Emmanuel College 

McDonald, John Harvard University 

Moore, Priscilla Wheaton College 

Niose, John Alfred University 

Olela, Henry Hiram College 

Packard, Joanne Brigham Young 

University 

Pantanella, Robert University of 

Massachusetts 

Se\ene, Robert Alfred University 

Straggas, Joanne Boston College 

Taranto, Anthony Kenneth Design 

Institute 

Wencis, Leonard N. Y. University 

Yamartino, Robert Tufts University 



Hagger, Jeremy .... Mansfield Scholarship 

Fund (freshman) Mansfield Scholarship 

Fund (first year law school) 

Henebury, Patricia .... Custodians' Award 

in memory of Edwin Thomas 

Katz, Dana Betty Crocker Award 

Kinsman, Grover Vocational School 

Memorial Award 

Madden, Sally Rotary Scholarship 

Westinghouse Talent Search Finalist 

Mangie, Diane Waltham Training 

School for Nurses Trustees' Award 

McDonald, John Richard S. Huff 

Scholarship Shaeffer Writing Award — 
highest award in writing in history of 
W.H.S. J.C.L. National Latin Award 

Meserve, Richard Bausch and Lomb 

medal for excellence in science. Jewish 
War Veterans Award for "Classmates 
today and Neighbors tomorrow" 
Moore, Priscilla Kingsbury Tem- 
perance Award 

Moulton, Glenn Jack Leary Award 

for best athlete 

Packard, Joanne McAuliffe Award 

Peacock, John Waltham Boosters 

Club for student athlete 

Perna, Beth ... Waltham Women's Club 

Pittari, Janet .... Waltham Mother's Club 

— college award 

Ritcey, Alan .... Waltham Women's Club 




TUFTS UNIVERSITY 



BRANDEIS UNIVERSITY 




LOCAL AWARDS 



Ansara, Ernest .... Waltham High School 
Alumni Scholarship 

Barber, Alfred Hovey Players 

Scholarship 

Blomen, Karen Raymond Crawford 

Memorial Award 

Brownell, Harriet Waltham 

Graduate Nurses Assn. Scholarship 
Childs, Suellen .... Sons of Italy Scholar- 
ship 

Copson, Janice Special gift of Class 

of 1947 in memory of Raymond Crawford 
to a future teacher 

Cross, Susan Whittemore PTA 

Scholarship and D.A.R. Award 

Dawson, Mary Waltham Training 

School for Nurses Trustees' Scholarship 

Donahue, Barbara .... Waltham Mother's 

Club Scholarship for Nursing 

Eaton, Doris Waltham Senior High 

Graduate Scholarship 

Fahey, Maureen Waltham Teachers' 

Assn. Scholarship 

Faulkner, Marilyn .... Waltham Graduate 

Nurses' Assn. Scholarship 



Fucci, John . .. Grover Cronin Memorial 

Award 

Gray, Virginia .... Zonta Club Award for 

excellence in foods 

Geneva, Rose Merit Scholarship 

finalist Jr. Classical League Award for 
excellence in Latin 

Ryan, Mary Linda Waltham Senior 

High School Graduate Scholarship 

Shriberg, Arthur Beecher Memorial 

Award 

Sinclair, Susan Waltham Training 

School — Nurses Trustees' Scholarship 

Straggas, Joanne Waltham Teachers' 

Assn. Scholarship 

Sullivan, Francis Waltham Veterans 

of Foreign Wars Suburban Club Scholar- 
ship — Waltham 

Swift, Janet Waltham College Club 

— Rensaleer Medal for Mathematics 

Thompson, Ronald Warrendale PTA 

Wencis, Leonard .... S. Caroline Peabody 

Scholarship Award 

Woodside, Roberta '... Zonta Award for 

excellence in clothing 



HARVARD UNIVERSITY 



SCHOLARSHIP KEYS 



Brandon, Madeline 
Cross, Susan 
Flynn, Daniel 
Gallagher, Elizabeth 
Genova, Rose 
LaFort, Sandra 
Madden, Sally 
McDonald, John 



Meserve, Richard 
Mula, Louis 
Sicotte, Lawrence 
Straggas, Joanne 
Swift, Janet 
VandcrWyk, James 
Wencis, Leonard 




BROWN UNIVERSITY 



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YEARBOOK STAFF 

First Ron — Lawrence Sicotte, Grover 

Kinsman. 

Second Rou — John Graceffa, Thomas 

Mancuso. 



"Vocational Views" 

Grover Kinsman, Joseph Ricciardi, Lawrence Sicotte, Allan 
Foran, Edward Misch, Paul Dupere, Richard Aucoin, Robert 
Swanson. David Carney. 





WALTHAM 



VOCATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL 





VOCATIONAL SENIORS 




VOCATIONAL SECRETARIES. Mrs. 
McCarty and Miss Graceffa. 




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AUTO BODY DEPARTMENT 




First Roiv — Thomas Day, Alan Buttrick, Robert Lavash, Joseph Ricciardi. Philip Ramsay. Mr. Viscarello, Robert Glovasky, Robert 

Neufell, Henry SanSoucie. Anthony Colarullo. 

Second Row — William Baker, Paul Schiavone, Francis Sherman. Bruce MacFarland, Francis Racine, David Maher, Thomas Ferreira, 

Edward LeBlanc, Anthony Bicchieri, Neil Golden, Warren Light. 

Back Row — Ernest Chiasson. Frank Daley, David Kaufman. Richard Babineau. Gerard Leger, Lester DeVincent. Daniel Marqus. 




Refinishing in Auto Body 



AUTO MECHANICS DEPARTMENT 




First Row — Robert Iannuzzo, John Barca, Ronald Vanaria, David Mucci 
Second Row — Lawrence Quinn, Arthur McAvoy, Norman Lindsay. 




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A project in Auto Midi. inns 



CARPENTRY DEPARTMENT 




First Row — Donald Neiberg, Philip Lambardo, Frank Carbone, Carl Martenson. 

Second Row — Robert Domings, Bruce Carson, William Wheeler.. 

Third Row — Robert Orris, Earl Bosquet, Mr. Russell, Instructor; Joseph Caruso, Alan Foran. 

Row Four — Stephen Waitkunas. 



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Beavers at Work 



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DRAFTING DEPARTMENT 



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First Ron — William Carney, Ferdinand Cartier, Andrew Martocchia, John Guerin. Thomas Maguire. 
Second Row — Stewart Owens, Alan Martin, Joseph McManus, William Testa, 
Third Ron — Grover Kinsman, David Ahlman, William Range. 




II ads together en a drafting problem 



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ELECTRONICS DEPARTMENT 




First Row — Richard Bentley, Robert Barnhart, James Boudreau. Richard Mason, Raymond Grenier, Fred Bussiere, John Moran, 

Willard Jasset, Donald Adams, Peter MacDonald, Thomas Grimes, Carmen Cannistraro. 

Second Rote — Paul Catton, Ronald Jasset, Ronald Fucci, Ernest Hoagland, Charles Berry, Leo Chiasson, John Roy, Ronald Chais- 

son, Norman Day. 

Third Row — Russell Aucoin, David McGrath, Paul Atkinson, Charles Kimball, Richard Brennick, Mr. St. Martin, Instructor; 

Edward Misch, Joseph Zanco, Robert Niemyski, Jude Keenan. 




Electronics Lab in Operation. 



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MACHINE DEPARTMENT 




First Row — Paul Dupere, Paul Grimes, Ronald Hinds, Steven Davis, Joseph Veilleux, Tim Boudreau, Philip Castellano. 

Second Rou i — Richard Hart, Theodore Prophet, Arthur Turcotte. Paul Ferro, George Sharpe, Carl Belodeau, Arthur Newell. 

Ronald Barnhart, Leroy Chandonait. Richard Lindsey. 





A lathe m operation in the Machine Shop 



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PRINTING DEPARTMENT 




First Ron — Glen Holmen, Donald Kaplan. 

Second Ron — Ronald Desaulniers, Lawrence Sicotte. Charles Bentley, Richard Cassidy, Fred Mara, John Mancuso, Richard Le- 

Blanc, William Gorman, Norman Davy, Demetrios Miminos. Thomas Mancuso. 




The Printing Shop which does all school printing 



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WELDING DEPARTMENT 




First Row — Joseph Bisson, Stephen Knippel, Melvin Guy, John Vautour, David Carney, Allan MacDonald. 

Second Row — James Braga, Robert Stanley, William Stankard, Robert Lindsey, Francis Logan, David Rankin, Victor Doucet, Frank 

LeBlanc. George Mershon. 




The Welding Department in action 



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CANDIDS 






UNDERCLASSMEN 




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JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS 
Pres.: Robert Moshcr Vice-Pres.: Mary Leonard 

Sec: Linda Masclli Treas.: Roseanne Cacciatore 



SOPHOMORl < i ASS OF1 H I RS 

Pres.: Glenn Perna Via ntoli 

Betsi Welton Ituv. Sally Mobilia 

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ROOM W-07 




First Row: Silvia Johansen, Donna Johnson. Nancy Jaquith. Melody Johnson, Kathleen Kilcullen, Susan LeBlanc, Barbara 
Hunter, Elaine Kendall, Charlene LeFort, Rose Marie Larrabee. Patricia Jones, Carol Hyder. Second Row: Steven Gruber, 
Bruce Kennedy, Robert Hindle, Richard Josephson. John Joyce. Harold Gustafson, David Holl, Philip Harris, Paul 
Keller, Paul Julien, Robert Hohmann, Richard Hill, Steven Kilgore, Donald Hamilton. 



ROOM W-101 




First Row: Ann Pomerleau, Helen Ramsay, Bernice Buckett. Mary Nixon. Diane Ristuccia, Carolyn Russell, Carolyn Ponte, 
Anne O'Keefe. Cynthia Putnam, Barbara Nevard. Second Row: Wayne Prophet, Lloyd Peacock, Bob Mosher, Stephen 
Pitterino, Doug Palm. William Quagliozzi, Richard Brown, Carol Rietchel, Betsy Robinson. Third Row: Paul Poirier, Jay 
Hatch, John Passcrello. Phil Pilla, Paul Palmer, Robert Pratt, Albert Peel, Frank Peace, Richard Rayne. 



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ROOM W-107 




First Row: Anita Barlow, Jeanne Whitney, Linda Maselli, Dawn Andrews, Alice Thurston, Nancy Argonti, Mary Leonard, 
Phyilis Crossland. Second Ron: John Range, James Ahlman, William Kresser, Ronald Rutowski, Richard Collins, 
Richard Sheard, John Leger, Don Brannelly, Richard Culver. Third Row: John Baldaro, Paul Murphy, Charles O'Neil, 
Steven Spaulding, Alfred Blanchard, Christopher Brigandi, Roger Richard, Richard Clancy, Walter Duddy, Paul Brennan. 



ROOM W-204 




First Row: Mary Standard, Susan Stewart, JoAnn Sozanski, Suzanne Taylor, Lorraine Stanton. Sandra SaotoludtO, June 
Taylor, Lorraine Thiheault, Diane Rynn. Marilyn CampbelK Sharon Strum. Set id R w: Mark Rosen, Lawrence Rv.in, 
Donna Sennett, Judith Shadrawy, Maureen Rynn, Adrimnc Stevens, Margaret Shaw, Dana Smith. James Sintrati. 
Smith, .Wesley Rich. Third Row: Bryan Ruscak, Arthur Rosenberg, Thomas Ryan, Lion SolteS, Ernest Silva, James 
Correia, David Richards, Edmond Simmons, Steven Rosenberg Robert Stempson, Philip Rli. 



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ROOM W-205 




First Row: Judy Thome, Doris Wood, Ernestine Tomao, Janet Whelan, Frances Waht, Sandra Young, Roberta Worthing- 
ton, Linda Vitale, Jane Young, Jeraldine Wise. Second Rou: Charles Wilson, Philip Teri, Louis Vassoltti, Glenn Talbot, 
Joseph Williams, Robert Yurkus, Roben Talvy, Andrew Toner, Joseph Worcester. Third Row: Joel Weiner, Kenneth Walsh, 
Max Willscher, Richard Weston, Ronald Trott, Joseph Gillis, Norman Thidemann, Richard Wellman, Richard Vitale, 
Thomas White. Missing from picture: Bernard Vanaria, Michael Whitehouse, Robert Bergman. 



ROOM 5-04 




First Rou-: Anna Mazzone, Maureen Mahoney, Mary Murphy, Pat LaRosee, Lois Mazzola, Margaret Ayouh, Judith 
D'Onofrio, June Toroyan, Pauline Tuccio. Second Rou: Betty Jean Landry, Vivian Bessey, Barbara Smith, Trudy Collett, 
Diane Kingsley, Nancy Suter, Dian Cote, Linda Cannizzo, Nancy Rosenbaum, Diane Doucette. Third Row: Diane Gorgone, 
Nancy Tirone, Jeanette Tranchita, Jean Murphy, Virginia Nelson, Christine Edmunds, Marie Shannon, Ann Arlene O'Brien, 
Hermine LeFort, Mary Powers. Missing from picture: Barbara Krom, Sharon Sullivan. 



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ROOM S-05 




First Row: Cathy Martin, Marcia Lickorai, Rose Mroszczrk, Nancy Leonard, Sandy MacDougall, Janet Munsey, Kathy 
McCarthy, Diane Grueter, Nancy More. Second Row: Russel Millholland, Bobby Mega, Barbara Morash, Cathy Mitchell, 
Carole Murphy, Cheri MacLeod, Bobby Lundy, Gary McElhiney, Howard Lutz. Back Row: David McPherson, Carden 
LeBlanc, Michael McDaniel, James McElroy, Lief Larson, Ken May, Ted Mareno, Don Kruger. 



ROOM S-114 




First Row: Norma Kruse, Kathy Flaherty, Barbara Roberts, Kathy McCullion, Joyce < base, Martha Hetlihy, Mary Noah, 
Charlene Courtney, Barbara Bell, Roseann Cacciatore, Elaine Semenchuk. Second R>u: Diane DiBona, Bertha Collette, 
Virginia Campbell, Karen ( arlman, Evelyn Bornback, Alice DykerS, Nancj Morabeto. Sandra Rigoli, Susan Lillv, Elaine 
Niose, Jean Masse, Nancy Bergman. 



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ROOM S-115 




First Row: Joseph Casale, Lawrence Bowse, Jeanne Simonetti, Joan White, Marilyn Lucas, Maureen Roche, Joanne Vinciulla, 
Carol Barrile, Gay Carbone, Marie Leger, Barbara Lombardi, Lucinda Potter, Judy Long, Jeanne Bonica. Second Row: Joan 
Annunziata, Jean Mancuso, Mary Pictour, Jean Varley, Martha Margeson, Barbara Beck, Linda Tobin, Irene Samways, 
Muriel McManus, Cheryl Morgan, Beverly Cincotta, Diane Forsythe. 



S-217 




First Row: Karen Blake, Carol Aucoin, Nancy Bordenca, Phyllis Berkman, Judy Ansara, Barbara Bonney, Cynthia Hignite, 
Carol Brown, Doris Bowman, Janet Boudreau, Judy Brown, Joyce Bennett, Mary Blongastainer. Second Row: John Allen, 
Quentin Pettis, John Bonini, Edwin Burke, John Babstock, Stewart Anderson, James Blaike, Kevin Barnicle, Arthur Busher, 
Donovan Bowly. Third Row: Sumner Barbarick, William Allen, John Bergstrom, Alden Abbott, James Bergstrom, John 
Boyle, John Bradbury, Joseph Bradley. 



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ROOM S-307 




First Row: Larry Selig, Thomas Czehowski, Steve Santamaria, Jim Geary. Second Row: Henry Abbondanzio, David Carme, 
Jeanne Home, Margaret Fahey, Beverley Cremin, Patricia Leary, Constance Conti, Shirley Fegan, Sally Hunter, Edward 
O'Connell, Jim Deluco. Third Row: Bruce Noah, Gerard Cormier, Francis Beninati, Ronald Hanninen, Jim Hayes, John 
Cappadona, Wycliff Desmond, Steve DeVincent, Fred Donald, Martin Scafidi, Richard Grenier. 



ROOM S-308 




First Row: Elaine Flynn, Claire Greaves, Alice Fleming, Jeanette Geoffrion, Susan Goerre, Patricia Hanley, Ruth 
Goldman, Linda Giardina, Jane HenningS, Jeanne Salter. Sandra Ferran//ani. Second Row: Beatrice Epstein, Kann Handel. 
Judy Hammond, Stephen Goodman, Donald Durkee, James Fair, Robert Pent/. Tony Filoso, Paul Granchelli, Robert 
Goldstein. Third Row: Robert Fredericks, Daniel Garrahan, Gary Dunbr.uk. Robert Dmrv. John Grociuntl, Richard English, 
Robert Gibbons, Richard Frese. 



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ROOM S-3 1 2 




First Row: Martha Childs, Patricia Deneault, Madeline Coroniti, Anne Corcoran. Ann Deforge, Barbara Byrne, Maureen 
Cutler, Elaine Dicks, Patricia Carr, Jo-Ann Calf. Second Ron: Thomas Cahill, Gar}- Castanino, Robert Curry, George 
Drinkwater, Paul Curcio, John Cripps, Thomas Cafarella, Jeffrey Dorin. Third Row: Walter Chambers, Peter Curry, 
Richard Cocivera, Ronald Cook, William Camuti, Robert Clark, Mark Chavez. 



ROOM W-08 




First Rou: Dale Anderson, Patricia Coughlan, Judith Engebretsen, Sally Gilmore, Virginia Davis, Carol Taborsak, 
Dorothy Reynolds, Nancy Perry, Marcia Leary, Sally Licato. Second Rou: Susan Glidden, Linda Fitzgerald, Carol Joyce, 
Janet Kinsman. Ellen Carruthers, Nancy Dpucette, Patricia Beninati, Patricia Vail, Carol Mazzola. Third Row. Richard 
Nottebart, John Nason, James McDonald, Richard Nocera, Joseph Taranto, Carl Krinipol, John Goodwin, John Brady, 
Owen Reilly, Neal O'Brien. 



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W-103 







F/r.r/ Row: Charlene Doheny, Martha Chaisson, Pauline Carulli, Janet Burke, Eleanor Castellana, Suzanne Biondo, Judy 
Anderson, Judy Cox, Nancy Centola, Kathy Crowe, Kathy DeVincent, Carol Bishop. Second Row: Douglas Anderson, Ron- 
ald Benson, Alan Forbes, Roy Dozois, Rodney Cail, Edward Gorman, John Beatty, William Ekstrom, Gale Berry, Man- 
Squires. Lorraine Croteau. Third Row: Ted Arico. Frank Brazell, David Johnson, Richard Hood, James Hartley, James 
Clarke, Robert Gaudet, Paul Hines, Gordon Drake. 



W-J09 




First Ron: Noel Manning, Virginia Lentini, Beth Johnson, Janice Greenblott, Joanne McElhiney, Sally Mobilia, 

Hamilton. Donna MacLeod. Linda Murphy. Anne Hignite, Jane Kilgorc. SlCOnd R .-. M.uv Giardm.i, Joanne Noke, 
Kathy O'Neill, Kenneth Walton, Ronald L.irnv. William Theriault, William Walker. Kim Murphy. Stephen 
Robert Millctt, John Cappadonna. Robert 'Lildsley. Third Row: John Miliot, Richard LaChapelle. Lud Stmquist, 
Livermore, Kenneth Main, Richard Pintabona, Robert Van.ui.i. Stephen Tumminelli. Henry Roach. Cilcn Pcrna 
Kelly. 



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ROOM W-7 70 




Back Row: James Bogle, James Falzone, Charles Butler, John Ferro, Leonard Faucher, John Bonica, Robert Connor, Bill 
Curnyn, Richard Drechsler. Middle Row: John Bersndtson, John Deveau, David Demeo, Kevin Byron, Guy Cericola, Joe 
Cincotta, Dennis Callahan, Richard DeVincent, Lorna Lane, Ann Robins, front Row: Diane Shaw, Rosalie Scifo, Sandra 
Sickles, Barbara Conroy, Janet Petrulavage, Elaine Resnikoff, Eleanor Spaulding, Jeanne Talbot, Nancy Rebenack, Judy 
Sweeney. 



ROOM W-112 




First Row: Karen Beck. Gail Libby, Jeanne Kimball, Gail Edwards, Betty MacKenzie, Lynn Leonard, Janice Frazier, 
Suzanne Dawson, Judy Clarke, Linda Cincotta, Angelina Bonica. Second Row: Clifford Moy, Larry Kann, Christopher 
McElroy, Dee Malloch, John Flynn, David Herter, Robert McKenna, Mark Fetbroth, Robert Murray, Gloria Lentini, Mary 
Bartleman. Back Row: Michael Norman, James Brandt, Jeff McGann, Charles LaCava, Paul Novello, Thomas Frost, Gregory 
Gogan, Thomas Mogan. 



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ROOM W-203 




First Row: Sandra McKeen, Janice Pilla, Charlotte Norreale, Maureen Pheeney, Barbara McFayden, Diane Pergola, Linda 
Procter, Jennifer Newcombe, Ann McArdle, Lorraine Marmont, Christine Mobilia, Debora Miller. Second Row: Carson 
Skinner, William Porter, Heing Albrecht, Donald Riley, Barry Wheeler, Carl Rigoli, Nicholas Semenza, James Beckwith, 
Domenic Patano, Peter Zummuto. Third Row: Paul Walker, David Weeds, Edwin Stascavage, Arthur Piper, Royal Rhodes, 
Bob Vasquez, Michael Notartomaro, David Anderson. 



ROOM W-207 




First Ron: Maria Juliano, Gail Stempson, Joan Shirley, Joan Andrada, Susan Broderick, Sally Agrillo, Sue Braun.i\ 
Penny Bigham, Gail Alimansky, Lucille LeBIanc. Second Ron Stephen Bolio, Judy Sicotte, Paula Tienu-y. John Cathcart, 
James Chadwick, Dave Crusco, Barry Brcnnan, Buddy Coutu, Judy Welch, Christine Straggas, Norman Deltino. TbnJ R 
Robert Bowen, Roger Donle, Edward Cropper, Arthur Dolan, Stephen Brown. Joe Broun, Roger Blake. Roger Cormier, 
Robert Como, Anthony Caruso 



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ROOM S-0 7 







First Row: Jacquelyn Garland, Dolores Du Fromont, Katherine Arsenault, Mary Lou McDonnell, Joan Carroll, Cynthia 
Carter, Linda Carney, Marie Chaisson, Mary Orechia, Cheryl Wood, Karen Conzo, Geraldine Cappadona. Second Row: 
Shirley LeClair, Marion Arsenault, Diane Chandonoit, Sandra Corriveau, Alice Bennett, Lucile Cocco, Mary Harwick, 
Bernadette Bourque, Dolores Cardillo, Rosemarie Collette, Diane Cocco. Third Row: Emilio Mola, Bruce Johnston, William 
Henry, William Bowser, William Brennan, Anthony DeFelice, Thomas McLaughlin, Philip Mahoney, Frank Girolamo, 
Ralph Amelia. 



ROOM S-02 




First Row: Betsy Colborne, Rose Ciprieno, Loreen Edry, Dolores Condell, Rose Castagno, Linda Cormier, Nancy Colter, 
Esther Daugman, Carol Faulkner, Jackie Dugas. Second Row: Stephen Goodwin, James Gullotti, Robert Elliot, Walter 
Eaton, Steven Ducey, Stephen Grant, James Early, Alan Etkind, Carol Coveney, Debby Crane. Third Row: Lewis Gamble, 
Richard Frostig, Allen Garber, Joseph Grant, Robert Gorgone, James Dukat, Michael Szpak, George Ferry, Leonard 
Erickson. 



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ROOM S-03 




First Row: Roberta Howley, Judith LeRette, Myrtle Crocker, Jacqueline Harrington, Marie Harsipian, Lorraine Fournier, 
Gretchen Kromer, Catherine Landrigan, Thresa Kulka, Arlene Genova, Julia Kaznocka. Second Row: Fred Kneiscl, Robert 
Long, Richard Haines, Richard Kyte, Donald Hay, Thomas LaRosa, Wayne Littlefield, Alvak Howard, Wayne Henry. 
Third Row: Donald Hinsman, John Kadzis, Paul Manzon, Christopher Leonard, Coleman Kelly, Jack Dacey. 



ROOM S-017 







First Row: Gerri Gaeta, Maralee Marcou, Sandy Mmn.it>>, Sue Altrkh, Mary lay, Carol Norton, Linda ( '.ir.munu.i, loan 
Tierney, Sharon Young, Jean Coleman, Glenda Thompson. Second Row: Judy Stremeckus, Billie Wallace, Marsha Mai land, 
Kathy Henebury, Ruth Anne Sumner, Lillian Souuy, Judy Murphy, Carol Salamone. Third l\ U Mill Burke, QaytOO 
Whitney, Ronnie Harvey, Tom Casey, Bob Patterson, Clifford Dyke, Artie Frigault, Dennis Marshall 



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ROOM S-117 




First Row: Rosemary Grimes, Phyllis Quirk, Sameera Elfar, Lorretta Lucas, Doris LeBlanc, Emily Doucet, Claire Richards, 
Joan DeYoung, Dianne DeLosa, Nancy Douglas, Vicky Coggens. Second Row: Bernice Leger, Cathryn Carbone, Janice 
Cincotta, Priscilla Lemieux, Donna Franks, Ruth MacLean, Bernadette Mula, Ann Lamont, Carolyn Mahan, Ronald LeBlanc. 
Third Row: Mary Ann Pergola, Shelia Davis, Linda Cagan, Janet McNeal, Rose Richards, Eleanor Feeley, Antoinette Mancuso, 
Helen Boudreau, Nancy Bowlby. 



ROOM S-118 




First Row: Peggy Norton, Elaine Harvey, Diane Staskus, Jeanette Adams, Donna O'Brien, Janet Pilicy, Anne Colombo, 
Judith Streitmater, Carol Testa, Florence Allen, Judy Zacker. Second Row: Janet LeBlanc, Nancy Demoy, Bernadette 
Iodice, Janice Fair, Paula McCarthy, Susan Garnoche, Elaine Nedza, Linda Mogan. Third Row: Edward Chipman, Peter 
Cremin, Gerald Neufell, John Levensaler, Carleton Berry, Peter Monaco, Barry MacNeil, Charles Walker., Missing from 
picture: Walter Bailey, Paul Beninati, Harry Chiasson, Robert Colangelo, David Emerson, Roland Kinsman. 



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S-201 




First Row — Dorothy Devoe, Joan Scalese, Carol Salamone, Beverly Jones, Nancy Davidson, Marilyn Sloet, Patricia Jasset, 
Simone Surette, Louise Barca, Pauline Hart. Second Ron — Marline Wyskiel, Pearl Deneault, Cynthia Stewart, Sandra 
Sicotte, Jane DallaCosta, Judy Wellman, Frances Cross, Dolores Gorgone, Katherine Huber, Raymond Hayes. Third 
Row — Joanne McKee, Carol Shedd, Nancy Jackson, Deanne Collins, Carol Oately, Donna Whalen, Janet Proia, Marilyn 
Warner, Robert St. Germain, Richard Campbell. 



S-218 




First Rou — Paula Powers, Lillian Raschella, Maureen Pomerleau, Sally McKenzie, Eleanor Monaco, Anne Patten, Bar- 
bara Oatt, Cynthia Morrison, Paula Medaglia, Barbara 'Morang. Second Row — Diana Caferella, Daniel O'Reilly, Robert 
Nichols, Charles Morrison, David Patterson, Stephen McGonigle, Edward Rodier, Richard Pagh'erani, Patricia Patterson 
Third Row — Robert Mullen, Jeffrey Mason. Alfred Medeiros, Robert Pazzano, Craig Prophet, Paul Pacitto, Bruce Robi- 
cheau, Fred Markham, Stephen O'Neill, Larry Olivei 



ROOM S-306 




First Row: Louise Shaw, Penny Sweeney, Barbara Weinstein, Betsy Welton, Donna Schaufus, Jeanne Thibeault, Carolyn 
Ritcey, Debby Wentworth, Ann Atarck. Second Row: Stephen Thompson, Richard Zmijewski, John Sullivan, William 
Shaw, Robert Santoro, Allen Ryberg, James Sandison, William Roberson, Stanley Uhlig, Alan Teichman, Alan Stockwell, 
Paul Sevene, George Swartz. Back Row: Michael Shaw, David Steede, John Rumson, Kenneth Starbird, Gregory Shady, 
Robert Stone, William Romaniecki, Barry Tushin, Bruce Tupper, Orrin Young, Michael McCabe. 



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RESIDENT 
CO-PRBS1PENT 

VXCE.WES1DENT 



DEBATING CLUB 
RESOLVED: 



Federal aid should be given to public primary and 
secondary schools. 



Red China show 

tions. 



M be admitted into the United Na- 



Butke 



She ^ers are 



Janet 

u r Shriberg 
Beth Eetna 

Poole Fede ^ Aid to f, 



r ea|/shc 



"leans f 0f 






siirv/vai. 



"Neal 



e P ar °* a(schooJs . s 



Th 



institutional. 



Bew,^'^ States 



musr 



Sta «d fir m 



°i the 



issue of 






Military officers should have the right to express 
their political opinions. 



Fits! Row — Joe McMenimen, 
Neal Poole, Beth Perna, Arthur 
Shriberg, Janet Burke, Mark 
Rosen, Marilyn Campbell, Diane 
Collins, Dominic Potano. Sec- 
ond Row — James Blaiky, Ernest 
Ansara, Robert Fiorelli, Diane 
Mangie, Donna Sennette, Janet 
Boudreau, Diane Howard, 
Royal Rhodes, Michael Szpak. 
Third Row — Elon Soltes, Max 
Wilscher, Jeremy Haggar, Lor- 
raine Thibeault, Carol Reichel, 
Jean Coleman, Richard Hood, 
James Bogle, Carson Skinner. 
Fourth Ron- — James Early, 
Brian Rusek, Henry Powers, 
Deborah Crane, Joel Gardiner, 
James McEIroy, Edward 
Strange, Joseph Fallo, William 
Tyman. 




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CERCLE FRANCAIS 










OFFICERS 

PRESIDENT Maureen Cutler 

VICE-PRESIDENT Faith Coye 

SECRETARY Anne O'Keefe 

TREASURER Cathy Martin 

"Le Cercle Francais," the first French club ever to 
exist at W.H.S., was originated in November of 1961, 
under the supervision of Madame Johnson. The club's 
main purpose is to stimulate student interest in con- 
versational French. In order to fulfill this purpose the 
club members sang carols at the Christmas meeting, 
and during the month of March they presented a play- 
let, adapted by the members of the club from Ces Gens 
Qui Passent, in which all parts were rendered in French. 

'Le Cercle Francais," although only in its infancy, 

is now one of our school's most active clubs; we all 

hope that it will continue to be as successful as it is 

V 
now. T 




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FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA 







First Ron — Billie Hunter, Linda Ryan, Linda Vitale, Kathy Kilcullen, Sandra Young, Karen Handel, Paula Dube, 
Diana Jackson, Judy Cox, Frances Waht, Gail Libby, Eleanor Castellano. Second Row — Claire Greaves, Sandra Ferraz- 
zani, Sally Shea, Adrienne Stevens, Judy Carey, John Bergstrom. Third Row — Kathy Toohil, Miss Eleanor J. Tahaney, 
faculty advisor; Ellen Cusack, Cathy Martin, Maureen Rynn, Helen Keefe, Arlene Goddard, Beverly Cannistraro, 
Bobbie Hoffses, Charlene Doheny, Judy Hammond, Jerri Wise, Beatrice Epstein, Ernestine Tomao, Barbara Nevard, Rose 
Mroszcyk, Janet Swift, Diane Vaccarello, and Sally McCul lough. 





The Future Teachers of America Club was started 
just a little over a year ago, but it has already become 
one of the largest and most active clubs in Waltham 
High School. The purpose of the F.T.A. is to help 
students who are interested in a teaching career to 
become the best in their field. The club gives the mem- 
bers information on the different fields available, ideas 
on how to get into these fields, and advice to make 
their career a happy one. Meetings are held regularly 
and guest speakers are often invited to address the 
club/ 

The teacher-sponsor of the club is Miss Tahaney of 
the commercial department. It is her job to guide the 
club members to a better understanding of the principles 
and ideals of teaching as a career 




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DEUTSCHER VEREIN 




OFFICERS 
SECRETARY: Karen Blomen 
PRESIDENT: John Crane 
VICE-PRESIDENT: James Belyea 
TREASURER: Paul Siano 

Under the direction of its president, John Crane, the 
German Club or "Deutscher Verein" is one of the out- 
standing student organizations at WHS. Through 
festive presentations and such celebrations as the 
"Faschings Abend," a colorful carnival complete with 
costumes, the German Club is truly contributing greatly 
to the stimulation of interest in the German language 
and culture. 



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CAESAR 




CICERO 




AMICI LATIN I 



SENIOR- JUNIOR MEMBERS 



EXECUTIVE 
COUNCIL 

First Row — Barbara Morash, 
Francis Sullivan, Jeremy Haggar, 
John McDonald, Leonard Wen- 
ds, Dickie Dacey, Rose Genova. 
Second Koiv — Melody Johnson, 
Rose Mrosyczyk, Patricia Carr, 
Joanna Cahill, Raymond Dougan, 
Susan Cross, Frances Waht, Janet 
Whelan, Gloria Failla. 




SOPHOMORE MEMBERS 



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& 






Dliis Week Jit 
1/1/ a it nam ^rrian 



This next card has anivy^ 
'covered cap and gown on the 
front, and inside the greeting J 
says Merry Christmas from 
seven WHS'ert; who have re- 
cently been accepted by in- 
stitutions of higher learning. 
They are Linda Rvan at Em- 



tend Chandler's In the fa 
Janet's pet peeve — ^irls 
wear ton much makeup. 
Maureen Cutler — a 
r.f New Year's Day, 1945 — pi 
rv "Moe" has twinkling H 






CHRISTMAS CARDS ing,' she will trade in her'Frai 

Only a very few days ar~ haihine cap for a nurse's cap. |Grej 
left before Chr*"' 



'manuel. Kathleen Toohil at 
[Worcester State. Judy Carey at 



this junior collegp coursp < 
dent is looking forward to 



nnmincr 



vara tinn — Ha 



once again be 

just a bre- 

Natural' 

signs ' 

agar 

fore 

lov 

Ch i 

evt 

loo. 

thei 

that ' 

every 

of you tv 

that we'vt 

Our first ca 
indeed. It is a s,. 
fective card and rem... 
very much of the sender — j v 
Jackie Skane. Five feet tall 




''ekie wishes she Mod 

-reful ward Dps i 

s when Bost 

d in ing, 

b- Wes 

jWes 

Oi 
rou 

mi 

ri 

|n 

/ay 

Jibson, 
Donald 



The school year 1961-1962 opened with a 
wonderful present to the newspaper staff — an 
English office, complete with tables, chairs, a 
closet, and a telephone. During Activity Period 
each Tuesday this new office is quickly converted 
to a hustling, bustling home of confusion. Some- 
how, with the help of Mr. Hood and Mr-, 
Shirley, who are the staff advisors, the column 
is put together and is typed in the nick of time. 
Then with the help of the "runners." "This Week 
at Waltham High" is published every Thursday 
evening in the News-Tribune. 



-CO 

..a and 

^^^!T7 Tom has r< 

been elected preside 

the St. Jude's C.Y.O. H: 



and blue-eyed, Jackie is the ture plans incIude Bostoi 

extra busy subscription editor i Pcyp anf i 

for 



Kicnara jsomengen. I mas and plentv of ice for s| 

Stevenson, Florence ;: n g. 
-^-(Patti, Charles Terrel, Alflo MORE "CARDS' 
his|Graceffa._ Ken _Kezar, Gary; The next card says in 1 

Felici Chi 



NEWSPAPER EDITORS 

Jeremy Hagger, Sally Madden, Joanna Cahill, Jane Hen- 
nings, John McDonald, Suellen Childs, Dana Katz, Susan 
Cross, Rose Genova. 



-- , » ma ^>i«,iuic \ju nic iium vji attPnrlinP 

a carepr in innrnal- t-V,o novt- narH ic n f o doirrV, ,. ' « 



i ney 




NEWSPAPI R STAF] 

CI / c / " / K .°"~ Sall >' Shea > Bets >' Robinson. Joanne Straggas, Carol Brown, Dianne Rvnn 

Second Row-Saab McDougal, Rose Genova, Susan ( ross, Dan.. Katz, lohn McDonald, Suellen Childs. jo.mn.i Cahill 
Jane Hennings. Jeremy Hagger. 

' li hd R ™— D ™ is fi F ° urni «. Barbara Morash, Marsh., Parkhurst, Kathv Martin, M.irv Dawson, Debbie Cur Priscilll 

Manella Mella, Donna Johnson, Anne O'Keefe, Cathy Kilcullen, Arthur Shril nard Wencis. 



th 

rei Moore. Gloria Failla 
te« 

Elsa Durkee. Steve Grant, Bet- | e *W **> tne students at Wal- 



sey Welton, Joanne MacClary, 
Charles Cotton, Rita Curtis. 
Lois Mahoney, Anne Fucci, 



e drawir 

• the eoll<| 

WHS'ers 

are Pam| 
Bratenas 

at L<\ 
Mroscyk 
ter Corn 

Univer I 
A'abash 
sng at \V| 
C-arv Ai| 
liversity 
it Bates 



:il 

'ouncil rr 
presider 
1. briefer 
on what 
and ho 
h Counc 
prosonta 
le four 
m High 
les. and 
1. t: 
ually 
d are rei 
ttee mat 
lals as \ 
lief I 

James 
rs. 

outh 

organi/. 
ievemen 
ey can. 
with a < 
nd the 
tennis c 
tveuuiu i \ , »| nf.'i iwnnaii 

to the students o 



ham High and to the public 
it large. We heard, not long 
go, of -a group of students 
Sally \lobilia, Jean LeClaire. lt EmmaauM College who got tnP n(,>;t ra rd in the form of these are 

'an announcement that Wl J- 1 Council will k h? 



elimination board at Westing- , 

h0lls °- r high schools which 

We are so happy to receive filled out and sent back. 



Peter Curry and June Mosca. [Gather and sent a Christmas,' 

A committee to gather sug- - ard to NIkita S. Khrushchev. 

pestions from the students In- ,Ve don,t suppose Mr. Khrush- 



Ham Meservc, class of 195C, students think 

has been elected to Phi Beta lems. 



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SENIORS AND JUNIORS 




SOPHOMORES 




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Pep Squad 




Our football pep squad was established 
to promote more school enthusiasm at the 
rallies and the games. The girls build up 
the spirits of the boys with their cheers of 
joy and approval. The pep squad members 
certainly display a zest for victory. Whether 
our boys win or lose, we are always proud 
to be cheering them on. 



PRESIDENT - Janet Chase 

VICE-PRESIDENT Jackie Skane 

SECRETARY Donna Flynn 

TREASURER , Janice Copson 




■RosWJkwl 



W<i.«^ 



MAIN OFFICE 
STAFF 



Arlene Goddard, Judy Carey, Carolyn 
Russell, Beverly Moldoff, Anne Fucci, 
Rosalind Wadman, Donna Flynn. 




2 1 OFFICE 
STAFF 



First Rou — Nancy Jaquith, 
Eileen Joyce, Judy Carey. 
Susan Sinclair. Linda Shirley. 
Joan Shirley, Harriet Brown- 
ell, Kathy Toohil. 

Second Row — Beverly Mold- 
off, Beth Gallagher, Debbie 
Schofield, Susan Piper, Sally 
Borden, Donna Brock, Sally 
McCullough, Roberta Hoffses, 
Janice Copson. 





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NURSE'S 
STAFF 



Gmnv Gray, 
Diane Mangie, l'.it Hoffman 
S . Miv-- ( oughlan, 

nursi . Joan Apollom- I 
Falter, Theresa Barilone, 
Diane Gargone, Anna M.u 

/one 



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LANGUAGE 
SEMINAR 



First Row — Mr. LeFlem. Susan 
Cross, Karen Blomen. Mariella 
Mella, Sally Madden. Sally Shea. 
Joanna Cahill, Miss Dubois. Mr. 
Benedict. Second Row — Robert 
Erickson. Robert Hazel. Doris 
Eaton. Jeremy Haggar, Paul Siano, 
Robert LeLieuvre, Richard Meserve. 
John McDonald. Ray Dougan, 
David Jackson. James Vanderwyk, 
James Belyea. Gloria Failla. 





AUDIO-VISUAL 
STAFF 



First Row — Cliff Roberts, Rick 
English, Ronnie Doucette, Bill 
Commuti, Joe Wooster, Roy 
Rhodes. Second Row — Ann Fucci, 
Barry Foster, Ralph Fiore, Tony 
Filoso, Tommy Gray, Joel Gardin- 
er, Art Shriberg, Mr. Donovan, 
Faculty Advisor. Third Row — 
Gordy Drake, Roddy Cail, Dick 
Delany, Bob LeLieuvre, Danny 
Garrahan, Dick Meserve, Joe Lan- 
do, Max Willscher, Glenn Gustav- 
son, Ronny Rando, Paul Walker. 



IMKHI^HH 



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LANGUAGE LAB 
ASSISTANTS 






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A 



First Row — Gail Stempson, Mau- 
reen Pheeney, Karen Blomen, 
Madeline Coroniti, Sally Madden. 
Linda Giardina, Elaine Flynn. 
Second Row — Paul Siano. Alice 
Fleming, Barbara Morash, Sandra 
Santalucito, Frances Waht. Third 
Row — Ernest Green, Raymond 
Dougan. Richard Hood, John Mc- 
Donald. David Jackson, Alvan 
Howard, James Blaikie, Ann Hig- 
nite, Robert LeLieuvre. Diane 
Shaw, John Crane. Joan Shirley. 

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MAROON 
SQUAD 



First Row — Joan DiVico, Julianne 
Curtis, Theresa Barilone, Lois M.i- 
honey, Elsa Durkec, June Mosca, 
Martha Holmes, Ronald Doucett, 
Russ Malone, Ronald Lopez, 
Thomas Lucas. Second Row — Rita 
Curtin, Geraldine Bari, Mary Daw- 
son, Debbie Carr, Joanne Straggas, 
Rose Genova, Rose Bonica, Jackie 
Skane, Pam Moore, Ginny Gray, 
Joanne McClary, Anne Fucci. Judy 
Annunciata, Ellen Cusack, Helen 
Keefe, Gloria Gosselin, Lorraine 
DiMuzio, Pat Mancuso. Third Row 
— Neal Poole, Kim Hargreaves, 
Joe McMenimem, Tommy Gray, 
Beth Perna, John Milmore, Bob 
Pantanella, Ernie Ansara, Arthur 
Shriberg, Brian Robicheau. 



LIBRARY 
COUNCIL 



First Row — Jeanne Salter, Elaine 
Dicks, Janice Copson, Janet Chase 
Sally McCullough, Evelyn Falter. 
Marilyn Foster, Roseann Caccia 
tore, Ann Corcoran, Joanne Calf 
Second Row — Beverly Moldoff 
Beverly Cannistraro, Anne Fucci 
Rose Mrosezyk, Nancy Bergman 
Linda Tobin. Third Row — Virginia 
Nelson, Nancy Tirone, Janet Pit 
tari, Diana Jackson, Madeline 
Brandon, Janet Swift, Janet Stemp 
son, Beth Gallagher, June Orn 
stedt, Barbara Bonney, Kathy Flah 
erty, Pat LaRosee, Lois Mazzola 
Barbara Roberts, Barbara Nevard 
Irene Samways. 





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A\ 



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CRIMSON 
KEY 



First Row— NY.il Poole. Thomas 
LuCBS, Ronald Doucett, Barn I - 

tcr. Ernie Ans.ir.i. Joel Gardiner, 

Richard Da* s .»:d R 

Jeremy Haggar, Glenn Gustavson, 

Arthur Shriberg. Raymond Dougan, 
Ralph Fiore, Robert I ion-Ill. 
R .-, Donald Canning. 
James Crop; v ' phen Brinn, 

rt I.cl.ieuvre. Clifford Robert-, 
David Littlefield. / ••■ •' R 
John Crane. Dick Meserve, Stephen 
Drew. Tom F.istler. John Milmore. 



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OUR 
SECRETARIES 



MRS. SLAMAN 
MISS MURRAY 

"Will Walter the electrician 
please come to the office immedi- 
ately." 




WEATHER 
CLUB 



First Row — David Jones, 
Ronald Doucett, Leonard 
Erickson. Carl Frederickson. 
Second Row — Leonard 

Foucher, Richard Kirley, 
Richard Frieze, Paul Ben- 
son, Robert Yarmartino. 



BUSINESS 
DEPT. 
STAFF 

Seated — Beth Gallagher, 

Nancy Sawyer, Gerry Fa hey. 
Standing — Nancy Bergman. 
Carol Nelson, Diane Vacca- 
rello, Joye Setzer. 



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I 

HI 




CHARLIE BENTLEY 
Captain 




BOBBY CROWLEY 




BOB ALLENBERG 




DICK HARTWELL 




KIM HARGREAVES 




GLENN MOl'LTON 




PALL J ANON I 





FOOT 




RONNIE LOPEZ 




Kqrnil 





First Rou; L.-R—R. Vitale, G Perna, C. Wilson, D. 
Carmisciano, R. Hartwell, G. Kinsman, E. Byrnes, R. 
Lopez, P. Graceffa, R. English, K. May, P. Jannoni, L. 
Spataro, W. Chase, T. Cooley. Middle Ron — T. Lucas, 
T. White, P. Thiffault, R. Crowley, T. Cormier, R. 




MR. HENNESSY 



MR.| 
Head] 



a ". Bill 



'altham 
Walt ham 
Waltham 



The Waltham High School football team was fortunate in enjoying 
a successful season under second-year coach John Krol. Despite being 
plagued by injuries, our Crimson gridsters compiled a won-lost-tied rec- 
ord of 4-4-1. Fortunately, two of the four victories were against arch- 
rivals Newton High, and our Thanksgiving day opponent, Somerville 



Waltham 


L 


Waltham 


W 


Waltham 


T 


Waltham 


L 


Waltham 


w/ 


Waltham 





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BALL 




1 

4tV 



DENNIS LARSON 



ANDY TONER 




LeBlanc, R. Silva. A. Domings, V. Doucet. G. Moulton, 
B. Hansen. VC'. Allen, C. Morrison. Back Row — R. Burke. 
R. Gibbons, D. Kruj>er, D. Larsen, K. Hargreaves, A. 



Grote, A. Toner. R. Allenbrug. 
R. Pantanella, 



C. Bentley. R. Weston, 





GROVLR KINSMAN 



ARTHUR DOMINGS 






& 

, « 



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KROL 




MR WORONICZ 


Coach 






Maiden 




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Arlington 




A 


Hj erhill 




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Mai ( ■ 


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H ) 


W 


Bnxton 




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Somen ill,. 




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Make wa? 



Ted! 



we I 



High. Another memorable mutest was the unexpected, but 
appreciated, win over Maiden, ami the high scoring triumph against 
Maiden Catholic. Despite the loss of many senior players, prospects 
for the coming season look good 




BOB PANTANLLLA 





RICKY INC, I JsH 




ALAN GROI I 




i nnn Bl KNs 




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BASKET 



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DICK I 




DENNIS LARSON 



The Waltham High School basketball team was faced with numer- 
ous challenges and disadvantages this year. Lack of height and depth 
proved to be a factor in our court men's many losses. 

However, our team did not lack spirit, which is an important cog 
in any athletic machine. This desire to win made possible the stunning 
upset win over Champion Rindge Tech by Coach Quinn's boys. 







SKIP GRINROD 




Waltham 


vs. 


Rindge 


19 
L 


Waltham 


vs. 


Brockton 


L 


Waltham 


vs. 


Cambridge 


L 


Waltham 


vs. 


Arlington 


L 


Waltham 


vs. 


Belmont 


W 


Waltham 


vs. 


Watertown 


L 


Waltham 


vs. 


Newton 


L 


Waltham 


vs. 


Brookline 


L 


Waltham 


vs. 


Weymouth 


L 


Waltham 


vs. 


Newton South 


L 




First Row — R. Vasquezi, A. Piper, L. Peacock, E. Greene, E. Byrnes, S. Grinrod. Second Row — C. Krinipol. 
D. Kruger, J. Brady, G. Moulton, R. Meserve, D. Larsen, D. Emerson. 



158 



BALL 




,EASON 



Waltham 


vs. 


Rindge 


W 


Waltham 


vs. 


Brockton 


L 


Waltham 


vs. 


Cambridge 


L 


Waltham 


vs. 


Arlington 


L 


Waltham 


vs. 


Watertown 


W 


Waltham 


vs. 


Newton South 


L 


Waltham 


vs. 


Newton 


L 


Waltham 


vs. 


Brooldine 


L 


Waltham 


vs. 


Weymouth 


W 


Waltham 


vs. 


Somerville 


L 




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-f*s 




COACH Ql FINN 




w 



H 






Ditk does his part in upset win over Rindge 



{ 




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C.I I \.\ MOI I.TON 



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FOOTBALL 

AND 1 

BASKETBALL 
CHEERLEADERS 








First Row — Sally McCullough, 
Sally Madden. Second Row — Mary 
Stankard, Denise Fournier. Third 
Row — Nancy Chapdelaine, Gerald- 
ine Stankard. Fourth Row — Gerald- 
ine Fahey, Roseann Cacciatore. 
Last Roiv — Mary Dawson, Mary 
Murphy. 




HOCKEY CHEERLEADERS 




From Left to Right — Judy Ansara, Jane Hennings, co-captain Judy Glossa. Maureen Fahey, co-captain Joanna Cahill, Deborah Carr. Janice 
Chase. 





HO 



BARRY FOSTER 




BOB CINCOTTA 



Front Rou — A. McCarthy. R. Cincotta. S. Brinn. J. Leger. 
V. Doucett. G. McPhee. R. Allenburg. B. Foster. Second 
Rou 1 — T. Kelley, A. Peale. R. Curry, J. Clarke, D. Crusco, 




. . Bill to the rescue! 





COACH BRINN 



The Waltham High School hoc- 
key team did not enjoy a very suc- 
cessful season. The result of inex- 
perience and the loss, last year, of 
several valuable players accounted 
for this. 



BOB ALLENBERG 



KEY 




R. Drury. K. May. D. Magner, D. Littlefield, R. Weston, 
R. Chamberlaine, W. Littlefield, E. Chipman, J. Connolly. 




DAVE LITTLEFIELD 



Waltham 
Waltham 
Waltham 
Waltham 
W'allhani 
Waltham 

Waltham 
Waltham 
Waltham 
\X'altham 
Waltham 
Waltham 
Waltham 
Waltham 



SCORES 

-t Brookline 1 

Cambridge ° 

1 Rindge 

1 Newton - 

1 Somi.ru lie ^ 

2 Mcdford 4 

1 Arlington 5 

2 Brookline 3 
Cambridge 

5 Rindge 

Newton 

1 Somerville 3 

2 Mcdford \ 
Arlington 



DAVE MAG.M-R 




Steve meets the enemy bead on ' 



Sunny days are foreseen, how- 
ever, for this season proved as a 
training year for the icemen next 



winter. 




VIC DOICETT 

1 tain 



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TRACK 





SCHEDULE 


Waltham 


vs. 


Quincy W 


Waltham 


VS. 


Belmont W 


Waltham 


vs. 


Catholic Memorial L 


Waltham 


vs. 


Canton W 


Waltham 


vs. 


Randolph W 


Waltham 


vs. 


St. Mary's W 


Waltham 


vs. 


Don Bosco W 


Waltham 


vs. 


Archbishop Williams 
W 





The track team of Waltham High followed 
their counterparts, the Cross Country Team, 
in bringing recognition to our school for cham- 
pionship ability in running. 

Waltham's only loss, to Catholic Memorial, 
made it necessary to share the laurels with this 
team. The captain of our co-champion track team 
was John Niose, and Lee Gould coached the 
Crimson cindermen. 



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CROSS COUNTRY 











SCHEDULE 










Waltham 


Opponent 


Waltham 


vs. 


Natick 


16 


44 


Waltham 


vs. 


Belmont 


17 


43 


Waltham 


vs. 


Newton 


16 


45 


Waltham 


vs. 


Newton South 


15 


20 


Waltham 


vs. 


Winchester 


27 


28 


Waltham 


vs. 


Bates J.V. 


15 


50 


Waltham 


vs. 


S. Portland 


15 


50 


Waltham 


vs. 


Lexington 


23 


34 


Waltham 


vs. 


Brookline 


19 


41 


Waltham 


vs. 


Canton 


15 


45 


Low Score \% 


ins 










First Row — D. Morash, R. Stempson, R M.ul.irlanc. A 
Barber, T. Eastler, R. Sevene, V. Nicolai, R. Lang, D. Holl. 
F. Kneisel, A. Ombrello, S. Rosenberg. Second Row — M. 
Willscher, C. Prophet, D. Jackson, D. Holl. Man- Murphy. 
Captain John Crane. Sally Madden, T. Reed. L. Nicolai. 
A. Crane, R. Wheeler, and Lee Gould. Coach. Third Row — 
Asst. Coach R. Shubert. R. Mestrve. J. Catluart. R. I.card. 
R. MacFarlane, R. Aucoin, D. Jackson, J. Crowe, 1". Viles, 
J. Dorin, A. Rosenberg. P. Gibson. D. Emerson. 



The Waltham High School Cross Country team 
could well be considered the most successful of any 
this year. Bob Sevene and Bob Stempson combined 
to set five new records as Waltham High gained 
esteem and supremacy in the field of distance run- 
ning. 

The won-lost record of 10-0 is self-explanatory of 
Waltham High's depth and strength. In addition 
to placing third in the State Meet, the John Crane 
captained team placed second in the Catholic Invi- 
tational Meet. 



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ERNIE ANSARA 




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F#\rf jRcu' — K. May, E. Ansara, G. Moulton, J. Peacock, 
R. Pantanella, M. Hargreaves, S. Grinrod, D. Larsen. 
Second Row — Coach Yetten, E. Arsenault, R. Vitale, 



BASE 



BOB PANTANELLA 




COACH YETTEN 

The Waltham High School baseball team brought recogni- 
tion to our city by becoming co-champions of the Suburban 
League. Arlington High proved to be the only challengers 
capable of sharing the coveted laurels with our boys. 



TED MARENO 




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L. Peacock, T. Mareno, T. Grondin, D. Carme, R. 
Haines, D. Anderson, T. Arico. 



BALL 



SCHEDULE 



Team 



Waltham Opponent 



Rindge 

Natick 

Watertown 

Cambridge 

Arlington 

Marian High 

Newton 

Newton South 

Brookline 

Weymouth 

Rindge 

Concord 

Watertown 

Cambridge 

Arlington 

Brockton 

Newton 

Newton South 

Brookline 

Weymouth 



13 
2 
6 
4 
5 
7 
7 
3 
9 

15 

10 
3 
2 
6 
2 
7 
5 
3 

10 




4 
2 

9 
6 
6 
1 
10 
4 
4 
4 
3 

5 
6 
3 




DENNIS LARSON 



Coach Ray Yetten was fortunate in having a strong Senior 
line-up, which supplied depth and experience to his champion- 
ship club. 




KEN MAY 




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SWIM TEAM 





First Rou — -John Kadzis, Chris Leonard, Kevin Barnicle, Tom Neville. Second 
Rou — Phil Rhodes, Paul O'Mara, Al Foran. Paul Ferro. 





SCHEDULE 




Waltham 


L 


Boston Latin 


W 


Waltham 


W 


Rindge 


L 


Waltham 


w 


Cambridge 


L 


Waltham 


L 


Brookline 


W 


Waltham 


W 


Rindge 


L 


Waltham 


w 


Cambridge Lati 


n L 





. Paul commands silence 



Al's in the lead 



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This year's Crimson Mermen were plagued with lack of depth and experience. Despite these odds the na- 
tators wound up with a successful season, with a won- lost record of 4-3. Waltham High had finalists in 
both the State and New England Swim Meets. 

Underclassmen on this team gained experience and ability from veteran senior swimmers Al Foran, Paul 
O'Mara, Paul Ferro, and Tom Neville. 



RIFLE TEAM 




First Row—R. Delaney, P. Siano, E. Byron (Capt), R. Millholland. Second Rou—R. Clark, A. King, J. Fair, R. Reed, Mr. Siano 
(Coach), R. Uhlin, R. Harding, T. McNamara. 

The Waltham High School Rifle Team has been 
noted for its excellence in the past, and this year 
proved to be no exception. In addition to placing 
second in the Middlesex Scholastic Rifle League, sev- 
eral records in competitive rifling were set. The 
Crimson Riflemen compiled 7,133 points throughout 
the season, topping 1st place Maiden, which had 
6,766. 







SCHEDULE 


v. 


Waltham 


vs. 


Watertown 


\\ 


Waltham 


vs. 


Melrose 


\\ 


Waltham 


vs. 


Maiden 


L 


Waltham 


vs. 


Marlboro 


\\ 


Waltham 


vs. 


Wayland 


W 


Waltham 


vs. 


Concord 


w 


Waltham 


VS. 


Acton 


w 


Waltham 


VS. 


Newton 


w 




. . Ready, aim, fire! 



A helpful hand by Coach Siano 



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ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS 




It is nearing twilight, and, as the sun sinks slowly 
into the western horizon, we find our tireless advisor, 
Mr. Thomas Neylon, preparing for another night of 
work on the 1962 Mirror. For his advice, understanding, 
and often-tried patience, we, the staff of the 1962 Mir- 
ror, wish to thank Mr. Neylon and to say that we will 
never forget him or the constant help and time he has 
given to us to make ours the best Mirror ever. 



MR. THOMAS F. NEYLON, JR. 



For the help of his experienced eye we owe many thanks to our 
art director, Mr. Paul D. Shea. The wonderful sketches which fill 
our Mirror's pages are the result of much time and advice given 
by Mr. Shea as well as work on the part of our art staff. So to you, 
Mr. Shea, go our sincere thanks for helping to make our Mirror 
so pleasant to look at. 




For their many courtesies the Mirror staff also wishes to thank: 

Mr. William Gallagher and Mr. Lloyd Van Arsdale for their understanding and help; 

Mrs. Thomas Neylon for her help in proofreading; 

Russo Studio, the News Tribune, O'Neill Studio, and Phipps Studio for photographic 

assistance. 



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General Contractors 



101 Tremont Street 



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The Directors of 

Springhill extend their 

Best Wishes for success 






to the 
GRADUATING CLASS OF 1962 






14 Spring Street 
Waltham 54, Massachusetts 

TW 3-3024 




THE TUX SHOP 

• COMPLETE LINE OF 
Men's Formal Wear 



FLOYD HAMILTON 

Res. Phone 

TWinbrook 4-5122 



230 California Street 
NEWTON, MASSACHUSETTS 
Telephone LAsell 7-0459 



Best Wishes 

to the Class of '62 

From 

WALTHAM AUTOMOTIVE 
CORPORATION 



To the June Graduates: 

Congratulations 

From All Your Friends 

at the 

NEWTON-WALTHAM BANK 
AND TRUST COMPANY 

Twenty Offices Serving 

NEWTON— WALTHAM— WAYLAND— WESTON 

Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. 



R. F. STUMPF JR. L J. ARSENAULT 

AMERICAN SUPERIOR 
SHOE SERVICE CO. 

423 Lexington St. 
AUBURNDALE 

720 Moody St. 
WALTHAM 



Compliments 
of the 

RANCH HOUSE 



Compliments 
of 



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73 POND STREET 
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NICKERSON & HILLS 

Paint Service Center 

Paints — Art Supplies — Wallpapers 
917 Main Street, Waltham 



TWinbrook 4-4100 

WALTHAM 
MODEL WORKS, INC. 

Instruments for 

Science and Industry 

Experimental and General 

Machine Work 

CHARLES W. SHERMAN 238 Calvary Street 

Waltham, Mass. 



PERRINE BATTERY 
CORPORATION 

Waltham 



Compliments of 
ROBERT B. JOHNSON CO. 

Jewelers 

653 Main Street 
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RESTAURANT 

641 Main St. 
Waltham, Mass.— TW 3-9649 



DRINK MORE MILK 
FOR BETTER HEALTH 



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INC. 

The Rexall Store 

923 Main Street 
WALTHAM, MASS. 

TW 4-3160 




our 



(£g|p) DEPENDABLE 
£, DRUGGIST 




PAGE BROS. COMPANY, INC. 

ION Main Street 

Waltham, Mass. 

Fuel Oils Burner Service 

TW 3-7200 



EATON DRUG CO., INC. 

509 Moody St. 
Waltham 



LEVIN'S 

22 Lexington St. 
TW 3-7143 



MAY'S BAKERY 

571 Moody Street 
Waltham, Mass. 



PATTY'S DO-NUT DRIVE-IN, INC. 



223 High St. 




TW 3-9474 



ROY'S 
ATLANTIC SERVICE 

Expert Repairs 

Road Service 
Tires — Batteries 

TW 3-9478 

Main and Banks 
Waltham 



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FEDERAL SAVINGS 

& 

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FUN FOR EVERYONE AT 
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Yes, indeed, bowling is truly 
family fun! You'll love help- 
ing the kids learn . . . and 
the kids love the excitement 
. . . bring 'em in, now! 

Open Daily Til Midnight 
Sundays, 1 P.M. to 11 P.M. 

P.S. Families love our pleasant 
atmosphere. 



Jt 40 Modern Ten Pin Lanes 
ic Plush Snack Bar 
it Acres of Parking 

Bowling's Fun for Everyone at . . • 

128 TEN PIN 

Rt. 128 at Winter St.. Waltham 

Conveniently Located Between Routes 20 and I 
OPEN BOWLING ALWAYS 





For Reservations Call TW 4-1234 

GEORGE MARANJIAN, Manager 



TW 3-7792 

ELECTRO 
CONTRACTING 

AND 
SERVICE CORP. 

Electro Contracting 

and 

Engineering 

129 Russell Street 
WALTHAM 54, MASS. 



Compliments of 



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286 Moody Street 
WALTHAM, MASS. 



"Your Teen Store in Waltham" 




TW 4-4010 

COLONIAL KITCHEN 




(Better 3ood^ 




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Manager 



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CHEZ ELISE 

Waltham's 
Complete Bridal Salon 

683 Main Street 
WALTHAM, MASS. 



FOR MEN AND BOYS 

McGregor Sportswear 

Arrow Shirts 

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Pendelton Sportswear 

Other Leading Brands 

of Men's and Boys' 

Furnishings 

331 Moody St. 
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Compliments 
of 

GEORGE W. MOORE 
INC. 


Wal-Lex Shopping Center 
860 Lexington St. 

Children's and Women's Clothing 
OPEN DAILY 9-9 TW 3-3414 


3 BARBERS 

PHIL'S BARBER SHOP 

707 Moody St. 
Waltham, Mass. 


NIAGARA MACHINE 

& 

TOOL WORKS 


MODEL SHOP 
ASSOCIATES 


Compliments 
of 

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GLENMEADOW 
APARTMENTS 

1 105 Lexington St. 
WALTHAM 
TW 3-2799 


LAUREL SHOP 

Wal-Lex Center 


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427 Lexington St. 
AUBURNDALE, MASS. 

VINCENT FAILLA— Proprietor 



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WAL-LEX 



60 Bowling Alleys 

Largest Roller Skating Rink 
in New England 

Most Picturesque Golfland 



LEXINGTON STREET 
WALTHAM, MASSACHUSETTS 



PROFESSIONAL PHARMACY 



831 Main St. 
Waltham 



Corner of Fiske 
TW-9-2300 



Prescriptions 
Drugs 



Hallmark Greeting Cards 



Cosmetics 



(Rubenstein, Revlon, Dubarry, 
Chanel, Lanvin, and Others) 



Candy 



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AND DELIVERY 

AMPLE FREE PARKINS 

TW 9-2300 



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"Good Food Served Right" 



20 FOX ROAD 
WALTHAM. MASS. 
TW 4-2282 
TW 4-2646 



BANQUETS 

WEDDINGS 

RECEPTIONS 



KIRKLAND 
INSTRUMENT CO. 

180 Bear Hill Road 



Waltham 54 




Massachusetts 



Telephone TWinbroolc 4-2228 

Designers and Mfgrs. 
of Custom Instruments 



CHINA TOWER 
RESTAURANT 

Chinese — American Foods 




Henry Yee, Manager 



1074 LEXINGTON ST. WALTHAM 
Corner Trapelo Rd. Ample Free Parking 



Luncheons 

From 

95c 



ORDERS TO TAKE OUT 
TW 9-8189— TW 9-2183 



Family 

Style 

Dinners 



Open Daily 11:30 A.M. to Midnight 
Sat., 11:30 A.M. to I A.M.; Sun., Noon till Midnight 



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CHARTERHOUSE MOTOR HOTEL 



MICHAEL M. SCHWEIGER 
General Manager 



Route 128 (Exit 42A) 

a\ Winter Street 

Waltham 54, Massachusetts 

TWinbroolc 9-8700 



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MEDALS — TROPHIES 



Jeweler of Your School Rings 

ELLERY P. KOCH 



2 I Waterhouse Road 
BELMONT, MASS. 



Compliments of 

FRITZ & WANDA'S 
RESTAURANT 

714 Moody Street 
Waltham 



TELE-RADIO SERVICENTER 

A FULL-TIME ESTABLISHED BUSINESS 

CALL TW 4-2556 

For Prompt — Honest — Service 

709 Moody Street Waltham 54, Mass. 



Compliments of 



WALTHAM 
PRECISION INSTRUMENT COMPANY 



22 I Crescent Street 

Waltham, Massachusetts 

TW 3-4000 



Compliments of 

UNIVERSITY 
SHOE REPAIR 

903 Main Street 
WALTHAM, MASSACHUSETTS 



WEST END 



SERVICENTER 



Esso 



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809 Main Street 

(Corner of Bacon) 

Waltham 54, Massachusetts 

TOM MAGSAM PHONE TW 3-9338 



Tel. TWinbrook 3-0912 
Established in 1876 

THOMAS P. HOLLAND CO. 
MEN'S WEAR 

Formal Wear Rental and Sales 
647 Main Street, Waltham, Mass. 


COMPLETE BANKING SERVICE 

^^WALTHAjfcjLlTIZENS NATIONAL BANK 

rTrVB r ~~ ifirTTrS Moody St. 
LI L " B-l- -- Waltham 54, Mas.. 

MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION 
MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM 


Compliments 
of 

J. F. & F. 1. ROBINSON, 
INC. 

All Forms 
of Insurance 


NEWTON ST. 
SERVICE STATION 

Calso Products 

Old Route 128— Corner River St. 

105 Newton St. 

WALTHAM, MASS. 

TW 3-963 1 


Compliments of 

McKENZIE 
TRAVEL SERVICE, INC. 

194 Moody St. 

Waltham 54, Mass. 

TW 3-8800 


Compliments 
of 

WALTHAM COAL AND OIL 
CO., INC. 

691 MAIN STREET 
Waltham, Mass. 


TYPEWRITERS 
SOLD— RENTED— REPAIRED 

PETER PAUL 

OFFICE EQUIPMENT 

CO., INC. 

1 1 Pine St. Waltham 
TW 3-8920 





GASEOUS LASER 



RADAR SYSTEMS 





HAWK MISSILES 



MICROWAVE TV RELAYS 



Tomorrow's electronics 

is Raytheon's business today! 



Exciting new developments in electronics are 
everyday business at Raytheon. Examples: 
Radarange microwave ovens that cook a com- 
plete meal in two to five minutes; lasers . . . key 
to tomorrow's space communications; weather 
radar to warn of approaching storms. To young 



men and women planning a career, electronics 
offers many rewarding opportunities. Today, 
more than 4000 companies make up the elec- 
tronics industry. Of these, Raytheon is one of 
the world's largest manufacturers specializing 
in electronic equipment. 




RAYTHEON 

(ICIllllCI C« (IIITIOUCI 



RAYTHEON COMPANY 



XING TON 73, MASS 





RADARANGE OVENS 



SONAR SYSTEMS 



TW 4-0240 Res. TW 4-0244 



SULLIVAN'S 

GREETING CARDS • STATIONERY • TOYS 
GIFT WRAPS 
CIGARS • CIGARETTES • TOBACCOS 



J. F. SULLIVAN 

Cor. Main and Prospect Sts. 
Waltham 54, Mass. 



See Us First 

IDEAL CLEANERS 

581 Moody St., Waltham, Mass. 
PICK UP— DELIVERY 



TW 
3-6225 



SERVING: 

WALTHAM 

WATERTOWN 

WESTON 

LINCOLN 

NEWTON 



YOUR TROUBLES 
VANISH 




at 



B. J. POOLE 
AUTO REPAIRS 

835 Moody St. 
WALTHAM, MASS. 

TW 3-3900 



EDWARD'S 
JEWELRY CO. 

No Easier Credit Terms 
in Waltham 

370 Moody Street 
WALTHAM 

Tel TWinbrook 3-6652 



WEST END SUB SHOP 

863 Main Street 
Waltham 

TW 3-9238 

Submarine Sandwiches and Orders to Go 

9 a.m.- 1 2 midnight 



^ssex 

-"The Store for Dad and Lad' 
TW 3-0230 336 Moody Street 

Complete 
Formal Rental Service 

WALTHAM 54, MASS. 



FENTON G. KEYES ASSOCIATES 

Consulting 

ARCHITECT— ENGINEERS 

267 Moody Street Waltham, Mass. 










Compliments 
of 

WALTHAM 

FEDERAL SAVINGS 

& 

LOAN ASSOCIATION 


■ BETTER BUILDING MATERIALS J 


IDEAL CONCRETE 
BLOCK CO. 

232 Lexington St. 
WALTHAM 54, MASS. 


TWinbrook 4-6650 ||6 Trapelo Road 

WALTHAM 54, MASS. 

J. G. AKILUAN, INC. 

REALTORS 

Member 

Greater Boston Real Estate Board 

National Association of Real Estate Boards 

Home Builders Association of Greater Boston 

National Association of Home Builders 


Compliments 
of 

NEW ENGLAND, MICA 1 
CO., INC 


Compliments of 

THE POTTER PRESS 

Business Forms Manufacturer 

515 SOUTH ST., WALTHAM, MASS. 



WALTHAM 
PHARMACY CO., INC. 

PAUL M. GOLDMAN, Ph.G. 
C. EDWARD CHOBANIAN, B.S. 

Registered Pharmacists 

757 Moody St., Waltham, Mass. 

Tel. TW 3-7980 


CORRADO'S 

Specializing in Submarine 
Sandwiches and Cold Cuts 

912 Main Street, Waltham 
Next to First National Store 


COMPLIMENTS 
OF 

WALTHAM SAVINGS BANK 

Your School Savings Bank 

702 Main Street Waltham, Mass. 


LEARN TO DRIVE 
AT 

SINCLAIR'S AUTO SCHOOL 

WALTHAM'S OLDEST AND MOST 
POPULAR DRIVING SCHOOL 

25 Grant Street 
Waltham, Mass. 

Telephone 
TWinbrook 3-7000 


Compliments of 

AL MULA'S BARBER SHOP 

743 Moody St. 
Waltham, Mass. 


COMPLETE METAL FINISHING 
IMPREGNATING SPECIALISTS 
SPRAY PAINTING 

WALTHAM METAL 
FINISHING COMPANY, INC. 



ATLANTIC 



TWinbrook 3-9828 

SHAW'S ATLANTIC SERVICE 

Minor Repairs 

Washing — Waxing — Polishing 

Complete Line of Auto Accessories 



CHARLIE SHAW 
BOBGOUDEY 



487 MAIN ST. 
WALTHAM, MASS. 



MULLANEY'S PHARMACY 

JOHN S. MULLANEY JR., Reg.Ph. 

463 Main Street 
Waltham, Mass. 

TW 3-3797 



Compliments of 

WALTHAM SUPER MARKET 

840 Main St. 

WALTHAM, MASS. 

World's Largest Meat Dept. 




Compliments 
of 

EMBASSY 
THEATER 



BANKS SQ. SHELL 
Service Station 

962 Main Street Waltham, Mass. 
MEL MEZZONE, Prop. 

Lubrication 

Tune-Up and Repair Work 

Road Service 

Call TWinbrook 4-9405 



ROBERT KENNEDY 

Prescription Optician 
TWinbrook 3-7356 

919 Main St. 
Waltham 54, Mass. 



ROY JOHNSTON'S 

929 Main St. 
Waltham, Mass. 

Goodyear Tires, Marine 
Supplies and Johnson Motors 



john p. McQueen 

828 Moody Street 

Waltham 54, Massachusetts 

INSURANCE OF EVERY DESCRIPTION 

Notary Public Justice of the Peace 

TW 3-1345 Bl 4-2489 



ED ST. GERMAIN, INC. 

66 Prospect Street 
Waltham 54, Mass. 

RAMBLER 
"The automobile 

made in America for Americans" 
TWinbrook 4-6550 



DOMENICS 

Choice Meats 

Fruits and Vegetables 

Imported and Domestic 

Groceries 

525 Moody St. 

Tel. TW 4-1099 Free Delivery 

Waltham, Mass. 



Compliments 




LEO FIELDS 



389 Moody Street 

Waltham, Mass. 

TW 4-2260 



Friendly Service 

BRENTON E. TYLER 
INSURANCE AGENCY, INC. 

INSURANCE REAL ESTATE 

692 Main Street 

Waltham, Mass. TWinbrook 3-4808 



TWinbrook 4-1500 



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FURNITURE 



161 Prospect Street, Waltham 54, Massachusetts 



CHAMP PRODUCTS COMPANY 

225 Riverview Avenue 
Waltham 54, Mass. 

Manufacturers of 

CHAMP GOLF SHOE HARDWARE 

AND 

CHAMP GOLF CARTS 



"It's Smarter to Charier" 

MIDDLESEX & BOSTON STREET RAILWAY CO. 

TW 3-7330 


RAY BOB 

THE 

B MINUS 

CLUB 

BOB JOEL 


Compliments 
of 

PLAZA BARBER 
SHOP 


Compliments of 

WEST END HARDWARE 

901 Main St. 
Waltham 54, Mass. 

TWinbrook 4-0296 




STROLLO-CHAIR 

29 Kearny Rd. 
NEEDHAM HEIGHTS, MASS. 



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TWinbrook 4-1900 


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"Burke 


MOVING & STORAGE CORP. 


1 13 Crescent Street 


P. E. BURKE Waltham, Mass. 


Compliments 




of 




WALTHAM 




CLEANERS 




750 Moody St. 




TW 4-1256 




Compliments of 

FARM BUREAU 


WALTHAM 
REAL ESTATE CENTER 

745 Moody Street 


ASSOCIATION 

1 55 Lexington St. 
Waltham 

TU 3-3370 


Walthrm 54, Mass. 
TW 4-4450 

Buyers and Sellers of 

Residential, Business 

and Commercial Prop. 


Compliments of 


WALTHAM SCREW COMPANY 



Compliments of 

DAVID PHIPPS STUDIO 

Photographers for Three Generations 










873 Main St. Waltham, Mass. 

TWinbroolc 3-3431 TWinbroolc 3-4697 



Compliments of 
Arthur and Raymond De Vincent 

GARDENCREST APARTMENTS 

Summer Street 

WALTHAM, 

MASS. 


BALTIMORE 
CLEANERS 

767 Main St. 
WALTHAM, MASS. 


Best of Luck 

G. J. NEWERLA, M.D. 

1 1 2 Vernon Street 
WALTHAM, MASS. 


Oldsmobile Sales and Service 

B & B MOTOR CO., INC. 

SETH JOHNSON 127 Linden Street 
General Manager WALTHAM 54, MASS. 

TWinbrook 3-0782 


Compliments 
of 

HAMILTON 
JENNEY STATION 



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Compliments 
of 



C. MALONE 
TRUCKING, INC 



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A.B.C. 
TELEVISION & WASHER SHOP 

586 Mount Auburn St. 

WATERTOWN, MASS. 

WA 3-1268 



JOSEPH A. HOLMES, M.D. 

IRAD B. HARDY, M.D. 
JOHN D. SWEENEY, M.D. 



Garber Drivers Save Money on Insurance 

GARBER'S IS FIRST IN WALTHAM! 

Special Driver Education Courses 
Save Many Times the Cost of the Course 

High School Students May Take Classroom Instruction in School and 
Behind-the-Wheel Lessons at Garber's . . . AND STILL RECEIVE 

INSURANCE SAVINGS. 

For Further Information Call 

GARBER AUTO SCHOOL 

649 Main St. Waltham 
TW 4-2100 



JET SPRAY COOLER, INC 




195 Bear Hill Road P.O. Box 558 

WALTHAM 54, MASS. 



Radio — Television 
Sales and Service 

JOHN L. SEUG AND SON 

875-A Main Street 
Waltham 54, Mass. 

Electrical Contractors 
Motorola Distributors 

TW 4-3628 



FALZONE SUBMARINE SHOP 

"70 Varieties of Pizza" 

OPEN DAILY II A.M.— II P.M. 
SUNDAYS 3 P.M.— II P.M. 
CLOSED TUESDAYS 

Pizzas Served 4 P.M.— 10 P.M. Only 

TW 3-9386 

911 Main St. Waltham 



JUMBO PIZZA 

627 Main Street 
Waltham, Mass. 



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TWinbrook 4-6050 
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ENGINEERING 
CORPORATION 



179 Bear Hill Road 
Waltham 54, Massachusetts 

Furnaces • Vacuum • Conveyor • Pressure • Ovens 



METROPOLITAN PHARMACY 

1090 Lexington Street 

LEONARD DUBIN. B.S., Reg.Ph. 
TW 4-3146 WE DELIVER 



Tel. TWinbrook 4-4107 

BERGERON COMPANY, INC. 

Manufacturers of 

SWISS AUTOMATIC 

SCREW MACHINE PRODUCTS 

50 Guinan Street 
Waltham, Massachusetts 



Compliments 
of 

GRAPHIC MICROFILM 
OF NEW ENGLAND, INC. 



On Route 128 at 1560 Trapelo Road 
Waltham 54, Massachusetts 



CONGRATULATIONS 

AND 

VERY BEST WISHES 

TO 

CLASS OF 1962 

From 
The Office of 



LOUIS J. KIRSCH JR., Realtor 
WELTON BROWN, Sales Agent 



EVERETT KIRSCH 

AND 

LOUIS J. KIRSCH, 3rd 

INSURANCE 




When you graduate it's wonderful to have a telephone job waiting 
for you. You'll love the friendly new people you meet. And you'll 
like the excellent salary, the regular increases, the opportunities for 
advancement and the many additional benefits that make working 
for the Telephone Company so attractive to so many young people. 

Telephone jobs are important ones. We have our own training 
program which you can enter without any previous job experience. 

Why not come and see our employment interviewer soon . . . before 
you graduate. Ask the Guidance Counselor at your school to tell you 
when and where to apply. 



NEW ENGLAND (u£j) TELEPHONE 



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B. C. AMES 

Manufacturers of 

DIAL INDICATORS 

and 

DIAL MICROMETERS 

1 3 1 Lexington St. 
Waltham, Mass. 



Compliments 
of 

WARE DAIRY 



RED CROSS PHARMACY 

S. M. SHRIBERG, Reg. Pharm. 

737 Moody St., Waltham, Mass. 

TW 4-0034 

FREE DELIVERY SERVICE 




FREDERICK BRASCO 



GE 



FLORIST 



Telephone 
TWinbrook 4-6161 



225-229 High Street 
WALTHAM 54, MASS. 






Compliments 






of 






TCF 




Cheryl Aucoin 




Valerie Gordon 


Doris Benson 




Sandra Lafort 


Madeline Brandon 




Jeanne LeClair 


Anna Cotrone 




Gloria Lentini 


Ellen Cusack 




Judy Malloy 


Lorraine DiMuzio 




Jean Marchant 


Elsa Durkee 




Joan Mullen 


Joyce Engebretsen 




Claire O'Neil 


Evelyn Falter 




Linda Ryan 


Marilyn Foster 




Judy Silva 


Ann Fucci 


Cheryll White 


Joyce Werren 



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Best Wishes to 
THE CLASS OF '62 



From 

The Students 

at 

the 



Vocational 
High 



School 







Photo: University of Pennsylvania Museum 

These cuneiform characters are taken from part of the world's oldest known i>haniiaco|>oeia, 
a fircd-clay tablet from ancient Sumer. The tablet represents one of the earliest methods of 
storing technical information, from papyrus to paper, from moveable type to photouraph} 
and computers, the ability to store and retrieve information has paced man's progress 

Today man's growing volume of information is outstripping the available methods ol storing 
and retrieving it. New methods are needed, and are being sought and found by the scientists 
and engineers working at Itek Laboratories. 

Research programs are being carried out to produce sophisticated systems which will automat- 
ically collect, store, process, communicate and display all kinds of information instantaneously. 
Our Optica] Physics Section, working from the Diffraction theory and Fourier theory 
approaches, is attacking the problem <>f optical image formation. In the ,\n-.\ of the optical- 
photographic image recording process, we are actively pursuing experimental work in image 
assessment, in terms of limiting signal to noise ratios. In addition, studies arc being conducted 
toward image enhancement, specially using the coherent diffraction plane. 

Our Optical Engineering group is working in microalignmcnt and micromeasureinent t<> 
support an ultra precision optical fabrication capability, in addition to equipment engineering 
for automatic projection presentation of reconnaissance intelligence material. 





Itek Laboratories 

Lexington 73, Massachusetts 

A Division of Itek Corporation 



INSURANCE ESTIMATES ALL WORK GUARANTEED 

BORTONE AND GENOVA, INC. 

Auto Repairs and Body Work 

Automatic Transmission 

WA 4-0489 

137 No. Bacon Street 
Watertown, Mass. 



M. W. CARR & CO., INC. 



West Somerville 44 
Massachusetts 



Metal and Wood Photo Frames 



Since 




1869 



CLARA H. CAHILL 
REALTOR 

P. GERARD CAHILL 
Attorney 



PIPER AND ELLIOTT 
JENNEY SUPER SERVICE 

563 Main Street 
TW 3-9562 



GOOD LUCK TO 
THE CLASS OF '62 




From me — "Jimmy," Class of 78 



WAtertown 4-7290 



PAUL R. GLOSSA 

Condon-Glossa Insurance Agency 



8 Bigelow Avenue 
WATERTOWN, MASSACHUSETTS 



WA+ertown 4-8126 



BETTER BUDGET, INC. 

Small Loans - $25.00 and Up 



PAUL R. GLOSSA, Treas. 



8 Bigelow Avenue 
WATERTOWN 72, MASS. 



Best Wishes 
to the Class of 1962 

MIKE O'NEIL 
Photographer 



Compliments 
of 

WALTHAM WALLPAPER 

& 
PAINT CORPORATION 

591 MAIN ST. 



NATIONAL CLOTHES 

373 Moody St. 

Waltham, Mass. 

TW 3-5143 

Complete Line of Men's 
Clothing and Furnishings 

Also Complete Line of 
Formal Wear Rental 



THE NEWS-TRIBUNE 



Compliments of . . . 







RUSSO 

ART 

STUDIOS 



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CONGRATULATIONS— BEST WISHES— 

TW 3-2343 

Repairs — Remodeling — New Systems 

MICHAEL B. CLANCY 



Heating — Cooling — 
General Sheet Metal 



I I Bacon Street Waltham 54, Mass. 



Compliments 
of 

AL & BOB'S 
MOODY SPA 

Waltham's Busiest Spa 



PLEASANT STREET 

GARAGE 

BELMONT, MASS. 



TAYTERS POTATO CHIPS 

I 18 Calvary St. 
Waltham, Mass. 

ELLISTON WHITMORE, Owner 



LYNN'S GIFT SHOP 

609 Main Street 
TW 9-2666 



TW 4-4124 

FRANCES 

Style Room 
Beauty Salon 

114 Trapelo Rd. 




Waltham, Mass. 



WALTHAM CHEMICAL CO. 

WALTHAM PEST CONTROL 

TW 3-1810 



Compliments 
of 



SPORTCRAFT, INC. 



Watertown, Mass. 



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GUARANTY TRUST 
COMPANY 



600 Main Street 

WALTHAM 

MASS. 



424 Trapelo Rd. 
WALTHAM, MASS. 



69 E. Central St. 
NATICK, MASS. 



TW 9-2100 



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Compliments of 

VARNEY 
PRINTING CO. 

Wedding Invitations Our Specialty 
Offset and Letterpress 

75-77 Charles St. 
Waltham 54, Mass. 

TW 9-8181 



GRAPHIC ARTS 
ADVERTISING, INC 



9 Church St. 

Waltham 

Mass. 



Best Wishes 

and Congratulations 

to the Class of 

1962 



TW 4-0802 




EST. 19SO 



LAWRENCE J. SELIG REAL ESTATE 

BUSINESS BROKER— NOTARY PUBLIC 

FRIENDLY— RELIABLE SERVICE 

1 7 Elm Street Waltham, Mass. 



Compliments 
of 

ABBOT MOTORS 



Compliments of 

LA ROSA'S 
MEAT MARKET 

120 Waltham St. 
Waltham, Mass. 

TW 9-0709 



TAYLOR'S DRUG, INC. 

ROY A. TAYLOR JR., Reg.Ph. 

554 Moody Street 
Waltham Mass. 

Tel. TWinbrook 4-4705 



WALTHAM'S 
OWN 




H. E. WESTON 
JEWELRY CO., INC 

344 Moody Street 
Waltham, Mass. 

TELEPHONE 
TW 4-2880 



HOME FURNISHINGS 

Rugs * Carpets * Linoleum 

Furniture 

Bedding * Appliances 

Friendly and Personal Service 

TW 4-5561 

621-629 Moody St. 
WALTHAM 



BYRON'S 
CLOTHING STORE 

Complete Formal Rental Service 

384-386 Moody St. 

TW 3-7053 



FAULKNER'S 

685 Main Street 
Waltham, Mass. 

Paperbacks and School Supplies 



LEW'S 
FASHION SHOPPE 

'For Dresses — It's Lew's" 

377 Moody St. 
Waltham, Mass. 

TW 4-2066 



TOM LYONS 

Distributor 
Firestone Tires — Connare Retreads 

210 Lexington St. 614 Moody St. 

TW 4-4900 TW 4-5550 

BUDGET TERMS 



Compliments 
of 



RUSSELL'S 
PHARMACY 




STOP WORRYING/ 

WE "'-^ ■'■•' ' 



DO 

REPAIRS 



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JACKSON'S GARAGE 

Automotive Service With a Reputation 

COMPLETE REPAIR SERVICE 

BATTERI ES— Tl RES— ACCESSORI ES 

TW 4-4810 1037 Main Street 



Congratulations to 
the 1962 Graduating Class 

IRWIN'S FURNITURE 

Complete Home Furnishings for Less 

877-879 Main St. 
Waltham, Mass. 

TW 3-8575 



Compliments 
of 

CLEVITE TRANSISTOR 
PRODUCTS 

Smith Street 
Waltham, Mass. 



TWinbroolc 4-0423 
Res. TWinbroolc 3-0423 

CAMUTI 
PLUMBING & HEATING 

Gas and Oil Burners 
Remodeling 

976- A Main Street 
Waltham 54, Mass. 



SEE 

THE-GREATEST-SHOW- 

ON-WORTH 

— CHEVROLETS 

— CORVAIRS 

— CORVETTE 

On Display at 

BILL MITCHELL'S 

WEST END 

CHEVROLET 

110 South St. 
Waltham 

TWinbroolc 4-9000 







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Compliments 




j 


of 


MENDELSOHN'S 




R. S. WILDER, INC. 


469 Moody St. 




26 Bedford St. 
Waltham 


WALTHAM 


8 


Mass. 







Congratulations and Best Wishes for 

a Happy Future to the Members of the 

CLASS OF 1962 



LEO GALLITANO 



Compliments of 

BEAUTY CREATORS 

OPEN EVERY NIGHT 

Daily 9 A.M.— 1 1 P.M. Sat 9 A.M.— 6 P.M. 
With or Without Appointment 




MacNABB 
ENGINEERING CO., INC. 

31 Lexington Street Waltham, Massachusetts 

Telephone TWinbrook 3-8400 

PRECISION SHEET METAL FABRICATORS 

FOR THE 

ELECTRONICS INDUSTRY 



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Compliments 

of 

the 


Best Wishes 

From 

the 


"DEUTSCHER 
VEREIN" 


PEP SQUAD 


Congratulations 


To the Class of 1962 


From the 


VOCATIONAL SCHOOL 


FACULTY 



Best Wishes 
to the Class of '62 

WALTHAM 
MOTOR CO. 



^Dexter Drug Co 



PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS 



JOHN P. DEXTER, REG. PHARM. 

Cor. Main and Rich S+s. 
TW 4-0196 Wal+ham, Mass. 





It's Smart to 

Patronize 

MIRROR Advertisers 



RICHARDSON ELECTRIC 
CO., INC. 



Contractors-Engineers 



16 Cooper Street 

Waltham, Mass 

TW 4-4403 



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Compliments 
of 



COMPO 

SHOE MACHINERY 

CORPORATION 



125 Roberts Road 
Waltham 54, Massachusetts 



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Best Wishes to the 
Class of 1962' 



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Compliments of 

THE LEXINGTON 
MOTOR INN 

Junction Rt. 128 and 2A 

Telephone 
VOIunteer 2-8700 


DURRELL 
ELECTRONICS, INC. 

922 Main Street 
Waltham 54, Mass. 
TWinbrook 3-7020 


WENTWORTH 
FUNERAL HOME 

Waltham 54, Mass. 


Specializing in the Finest of 
Prepared Sea Food Specialties 

RITCEY'S SEA FOODS 

560 Moody Street Waltham, Mass. 
TWinbroolc 3-9342 

ERNEST RITCEY HARRY RITCEY 
KEVIN RITCEY 


Compliments of 
the 

PARAMOUNT 
THEATRE 

Newton Corner 


Compliments of 

PERODEAU'S 
SERVICE 

STATION 


LINEAR 
ELECTRONICS 

TV Tubes 
Phonograph Needles 
Radio Batteries 

WHOLESALE PRICES 

109 Hammond St. 
TW 4-7300 


ERICKSON'S 
FLOWERS 

51 1 Moody St. 
Waltham 

TW 3-5472 







& CO., INC. 



W A L T H A M 54, MASSACHUSETTS 
WINBROOK 4-0160 



Congratulations 

to the 
Class of 1 962 
From 
the 



FUTURE TEACHERS 
OF AMERICA 



Compliments 
of 

THE CHEERLEADERS 



Your 

AMICI LATIN I 



Wish You 

the Class of '62 

the 
Best of Luck 

in 

the Future 



Every Best Wish 
From 

THE TRACK TEAM 



ROOM W 204 


ROOM W 205 


ROOM S 05 


ROOM S 114 


ROOM S 115 


ROOM S 217 


ROOM S 307 


ROOM S 312 


BONNE CHANCE 
From the 

CERCLE FRAN£AIS 


Please 

Patronize 
Our 

Advertisers 



Compliments 


of 


PAUL E. P. BURNS CO., INC 


316 Summer St. 


BOSTON 10, MASS. 


Caps - Gowns - Hoods 




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Congratulations 


Register Your Needs 
With Confidence 


to the 

CLASS OF 1962 


TWinbrook 4-6468 


From the 


4 Gordon St. 
Wal+ham, Mass. 


DEBATING CLUB 



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OUR 52 nd YEAR 

SERVING 

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1962 



LOPEZ TRUCKING, INC. 



131 LINDEN ST. 
WALTHAM, MASS 

Tel: TWinbrook 3-7900 



"Always 
At Your 

Service" 



PORT NEWARK 
NEW JERSEY 

Tel: Mltchel 3-8021 



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